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Neuropsychobiology (2021) 80 (4): 342–351.
Published Online: 28 January 2021
...Kalliopi Tournikioti; Maria Alevizaki; Ioannis Michopoulos; Aimilia Mantzou; Constantin Soldatos; Athanasios Douzenis; Dimitris Dikeos; Panagiotis Ferentinos Introduction: Bipolar disorder (BD) is associated with impairment in cognitive domains such as verbal memory and executive functions. Very...
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Neuropsychobiology (2015) 71 (4): 234–240.
Published Online: 07 August 2015
...Anne M. Morsel; Anke Temmerman; Bernard Sabbe; Wouter Hulstijn; Manuel Morrens Background/Aims: In addition to affective and cognitive symptomatology, psychomotor deficits are known to be present in bipolar disorder (BD). Psychomotor functioning includes all of the processes necessary...
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Neuropsychobiology (2014) 69 (4): 227–234.
Published Online: 18 June 2014
... cognitive reserves. Recent studies suggest that individual differences in executive functioning, a broad cognitive domain reliant upon frontal lobe structure and function, are governed in part by variance in BDNF polymorphisms. However, as neurogenetic data are not necessarily indicative of in vivo...
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Neuropsychobiology (2014) 69 (2): 120–128.
Published Online: 08 April 2014
.... Methods: In this study, we assessed gamma band power in minimally treated patients with schizophrenia, their first-degree relatives and healthy controls during an oddball paradigm performance, as well as the relation between gamma power and cognitive performance. Results: We found a higher gamma power...
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Neuropsychobiology (2009) 60 (3-4): 148–158.
Published Online: 31 December 2009
.... Nonpharmacological research has shown how cortisol is important for psychological aspects such as memory, cognition, sleep, impulsivity, depression and neuronal damage. These same functions are often impaired in recreational ecstasy/MDMA users, and cortisol may be an important modulatory co-factor. Conclusions...