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Neurodevelopment & adult psychopathology

Author: Matcheri S Keshavan; Robin M Murray
Publisher: Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1997.
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Evidence from neuroanatomy, brain imaging, molecular biology and behavioral studies points to a key role for neurodevelopmental factors in the pathogenesis of the major psychiatric disorders, particularly those within the schizophrenia spectrum. In this important book, the fields of developmental neurobiology, clinical psychiatry and behavioral neuroscience are brought together by an international group of experts,
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Matcheri S Keshavan; Robin M Murray
ISBN: 052148104X 9780521481045 0521485657 9780521485654
OCLC Number: 35744559
Description: xvi, 282 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Contents: Sect. I. The developing brain. 1. Development of the cerebral cortex: an overview / Jennifer S. Lund. 2. Development of the primate prefrontal cortex / David A. Lewis. 3. The genetics of neurodevelopment and schizophrenia / Astride M. Vicente and James L. Kennedy. 4. Glutamate receptors and developmental anomaly in medial temporal lobe in schizophrenia / Robert W. Kerwin, Paul J. Harrison and Nick Stefanis. 5. Magnetic resonance imaging studies of developing brain / Terry L. Jernigan and Elizabeth R. Sowell. 6. [superscript 31]P magnetic resonance spectroscopy studies of developing brain / Jay W. Pettegrew, Richard J. Mcclure and Matcheri S. Keshavan [and others]. 7. Positron emission tomography studies of developing brain / Harry T. Chugani and Diane C. Chugani. 8. Long-term effects of different early rearing experiences on social, emotional, and physiological development in nonhuman primates / Stephen J. Suomi --
Sect. II. Development and psychopathology.
Other Titles: Neurodevelopment and adult psychopathology
Responsibility: edited by Matcheri S. Keshavan and Robin M. Murray.
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Evidence from neuroanatomy, brain imaging, molecular biology and behavioral studies points to a key role for neurodevelopmental factors in the pathogenesis of the major psychiatric disorders, particularly those within the schizophrenia spectrum. In this important book, the fields of developmental neurobiology, clinical psychiatry and behavioral neuroscience are brought together by an international group of experts, including many of those responsible for the ideas that have come to dominate current thinking.

The first section, "The Developing Brain", reviews neurodevelopment from the molecular to the behavioral level. Section II "Development and Psychopathology", covers clinical applications of the basic principles of developmental neurobiology, including the role of potential etiological factors in the pathogenesis of neuropsychiatric illness, and examines the continuity between developmental disorders of childhood and adult neuropsychiatric disorders. The third and final section, "Integrative Models", presents approaches towards a synthesis of neurodevelopmental and clinical findings. For students, scientists and clinicians in psychiatry, psychology and neurodevelopment, this is an essential reference.

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