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Miczek - Ethopharmacology - Primate Models of Neuropsychiatric Disorders by KA MICZEK Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Ethopharmacology, primate models of neuropsychiatric disorders: proceedings of the Symposium on Primate Ethopharmacology held under the auspices of the IX. Congress of the International Primatological Society in Atlanta, Georgia, August [Klaus A Miczek; International Primatological Society.

Congress;]. Review of Ethopharmacology: Primate Models of Neuropsychiatric Disorders. VolumeProgress in Clinical and Biological Research, edited by Klaus A. Miczek. Alan R. Liss, Inc.,pp, $ This book was assembled from papers presented at a symposium on primate ethopharmacology, held during the IXth Congress of the International Primatological Society (Atlanta, Georgia, August Neuropsychiatric Disorder Models Copy number variations Miczek - Ethopharmacology - Primate Models of Neuropsychiatric Disorders book are a type of genetic structural variation involving deletions or duplications of specific and relatively large (>1kb) regions of DNA.

Geneticists now recognize that CNVs and other rare structural variants contribute toward the genetic basis of common diseases and disorders, including autism and schizophrenia.

Around the world societies are facing growing aging populations with the concomitant increase in neuropsychiatric disorders. Neuropsychiatric disorders are organic brain diseases with psychiatric symptoms, as in Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases, that cause cognitive impairment, including dementia, amnesic syndrome, and personality–behavioral changes.

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Introduction. Nonhuman primates (NHPs), particularly Macaca species, have been utilized as models for neuropsychiatric disorders since the midth century. Macaques, in particular rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta), serve as valuable models for human disorders owing to their genetic, physiologic, neuroanatomic, and behavioral similarity to humans (Gibbs et al.

).Cited by: Animal models of neuropsychiatric disorders Eric J Nestler 1 & Steven E Hyman 2 Modeling of human neuropsychiatric disorders in animals is extremely challenging given the subjective nature of many symptoms, the lack of biomarkers and objective diagnostic tests, and the early state of the relevant neurobiology and genetics.

File Size: KB. Nonhuman Primate Models of Neuropsychiatric Disorders: Influences of Early Rearing, Genetics, and Epigenetics Amanda M.

Dettmer and Stephen J. Suomi Abstract This report reviews the scientific literature from the past sev-eral decades that focuses on nonhuman primates (NHPs) as models of neuropsychiatric disorders, including anxiety, and. Congress,(9th: Atlanta, Ga.) Title(s): Ethopharmacology, primate models of neuropsychiatric disorders: proceedings of the Symposium on Primate Ethopharmacology/ held under the auspices of the IX Congress of the International Primatological Society in Atlanta, Georgia, August ; editor, Klaus A.

Miczek. Introduction. Neuropsychiatric disorders such as schizophrenia, major depression, bipolar disorder, and autism are highly prevalent 1, begin early in life 2, and contribute significantly to disease burden worldwide e the profoundly negative effects of these disorders on public health, progress in understanding their pathophysiology has been frustratingly slow, and the discovery of Cited by: Miczek KA (ed) () Ethopharmacology: primate models of neuropsychiatric disorders.

Liss, New York Google Scholar Miczek KA, Gold LH () d-Amphetamine in squirrel monkeys of different social status: effects on social and agonistic behavior, locomotion, and by: This thoroughly revised Second Edition builds on the success of the first as the definitive text for neuropsychiatry.

The book is divided into three sections, with the third on syndromes and disorders. Emphasis on treatment is provided throughout the text and is DSM-IV-compatible.

Coverage includes neurobehavioral disorders, selection and interpretation of neurodiagnostic procedures, and the.

Ellenbroek B.A. () The Ethological Analysis of Monkeys in a Social Setting as an Animal Model for Schizophrenia.

In: Olivier B., Mos J., Slangen J.L. (eds) Animal Models in Psychopharmacology. APS: Advances in Pharmacological by: 7. Read the latest articles of Neuropsychologia atElsevier’s leading platform of peer-reviewed scholarly literature.

In sum, this book is an excellent first reference for a clinical neuropsychologist to consult on a wide variety of neuropsychiatric and medical problems that may present in a particular patient.

It is worth updating if you own the older edition. Read more. 18 people found this by:   Modeling of human neuropsychiatric disorders in animals is extremely challenging given the subjective nature of many symptoms, the lack of biomarkers and Cited by: Modeling Neuropsychiatric Disorders in Laboratory Animals.

serves as a guide for students and basic investigators in the fields of behavioral sciences, psychology, neuroscience, psychiatry, and other professionals interested in the use of animal models in preclinical research related to human neuropsychiatric disorders.

The text focuses on the rationale and theory of using animal behavior. Animal Models of Neuropsychiatric Disorders Eric J. Nestler and Steven E. Hyman Supplementary Material Table 1.

Pharmacological mechanisms of the therapeutic actions of psychiatric medications. Table 2. Examples of behavioral assays used in schizophrenia research. Table 3. Examples of behavioral assays used in depression research. Table 4. The aforementioned circuit studies in monogenic mouse models of neuropsychiatric disorders have greatly advanced mechanistic understanding.

However, this strategy also faces several key challenges. First, monogenic mouse models do not account for heterogeneous genetic backgrounds that modulate the effect of the modeled genetic by: 4. The book is divided into two sections, pain perception and alleviation of pain.

Ethopharmacology: Primate Models of Neuropsychiatric Disorders (Progress in Clinical and Biological Research, Vol. Klaus A. Miczek (Ed.) New York: Alan R. Liss, Inc., pp. [Price: $] The chapters in this book are intended to illustrate the.

Click to launch & play an online audio visual presentation by Prof. Jacqueline N. Crawley on Behavioral phenotyping of mouse models of neuropsychiatric and neurodevelopmental disorders, part of a collection of online lectures.We survey the utility of animal models of mental illness, based on the identification of possible neurocognitive or neurobehavioral endophenotypes.

Three broad clusters of neuropsychiatric disorder are discussed: impulsive-compulsive syndromes, comprising drug addiction, attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder, gambling, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and compulsive eating; disorders at the Cited by: Humans have long distinguished themselves from other living organisms.

Therefore, to make use of animal models for neuropsychiatric disorders, it is important to acknowledge what has changed Author: Gene Fisch.