Adult neurogenesis: implications for psychiatry.

@article{Eisch2002AdultNI,
  title={Adult neurogenesis: implications for psychiatry.},
  author={Amelia J Eisch},
  journal={Progress in brain research},
  year={2002},
  volume={138},
  pages={315-42}
}
The fields of psychiatry and neuroscience have formed a close relationship over the past decades. Hypotheses about the neurochemical basis of behavioral dysfunction helped in part to develop promising treatments for several psychiatric disorders, including depression, addiction and schizophrenia. In addition to advancing the neurochemical approach to psychiatric disorders, the relationship between psychiatry and neuroscience also fostered an appreciation for the role neuroanatomy plays in brain… CONTINUE READING

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