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Molecular Psychiatry publishes papers elucidating the biological mechanisms underlying psychiatric disorders and their treatment. The emphasis is on studies at the interface of pre-clinical and clinical research, including studies at the cellular, molecular, integrative, clinical, imaging and psychopharmacology levels.


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Volume 22, No 6
June 2017

ISSN: 1359-4184
EISSN: 1476-5578

2015 Impact Factor 13.314*
4/140 Psychiatry
7/256 Neurosciences
7/289 Biochemistry & Molecular Biology

Editor:
Julio Licinio, MD

*2015 Journal Citation Reports® Science Edition (Thomson Reuters, 2016)

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May 2017

  1. The microbiome regulates amygdala-dependent fear recall

    A E Hoban, R M Stilling, G Moloney, F Shanahan, T G Dinan, G Clarke & J F Cryan

    doi:10.1038/mp.2017.100

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  2. Longitudinal changes of tau PET imaging in relation to hypometabolism in prodromal and Alzheimer’s disease dementia

    K Chiotis, L Saint-Aubert, E Rodriguez-Vieitez, A Leuzy, O Almkvist, I Savitcheva, M Jonasson, M Lubberink, A Wall, G Antoni & A Nordberg

    doi:10.1038/mp.2017.108

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  3. Cortical abnormalities in bipolar disorder: an MRI analysis of 6503 individuals from the ENIGMA Bipolar Disorder Working Group

    D P Hibar, L T Westlye, N T Doan, N Jahanshad, J W Cheung, C R K Ching, A Versace, A C Bilderbeck, A Uhlmann, B Mwangi, B Krämer, B Overs, C B Hartberg, C Abé, D Dima, D Grotegerd, E Sprooten, E Bøen, E Jimenez, F M Howells, G Delvecchio, H Temmingh, J Starke, J R C Almeida, J M Goikolea, J Houenou, L M Beard, L Rauer, L Abramovic, M Bonnin, M F Ponteduro, M Keil, M M Rive, N Yao, N Yalin, P Najt, P G Rosa, R Redlich, S Trost, S Hagenaars, S C Fears, S Alonso-Lana, T G M van Erp, T Nickson, T M Chaim-Avancini, T B Meier, T Elvsåshagen, U K Haukvik, W H Lee, A H Schene, A J Lloyd, A H Young, A Nugent, A M Dale, A Pfennig, A M McIntosh, B Lafer, B T Baune, C J Ekman, C A Zarate, C E Bearden, C Henry, C Simhandl, C McDonald, C Bourne, D J Stein, D H Wolf, D M Cannon, D C Glahn, D J Veltman, E Pomarol-Clotet, E Vieta, E J Canales-Rodriguez, F G Nery, F L S Duran, G F Busatto, G Roberts, G D Pearlson, G M Goodwin, H Kugel, H C Whalley, H G Ruhe, J C Soares, J M Fullerton, J K Rybakowski, J Savitz, K T Chaim, M Fatjó-Vilas, M G Soeiro-de-Souza, M P Boks, M V Zanetti, M C G Otaduy, M S Schaufelberger, M Alda, M Ingvar, M L Phillips, M J Kempton, M Bauer, M Landén, N S Lawrence, N E M van Haren, N R Horn, N B Freimer, O Gruber, P R Schofield, P B Mitchell, R S Kahn, R Lenroot, R Machado-Vieira, R A Ophoff, S Sarró, S Frangou, T D Satterthwaite, T Hajek, U Dannlowski, U F Malt, V Arolt, W F Gattaz, W C Drevets, X Caseras, I Agartz, P M Thompson & O A Andreassen

    doi:10.1038/mp.2017.73

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  4. Brain age predicts mortality

    J H Cole, S J Ritchie, M E Bastin, M C Valdés Hernández, S Muñoz Maniega, N Royle, J Corley, A Pattie, S E Harris, Q Zhang, N R Wray, P Redmond, R E Marioni, J M Starr, S R Cox, J M Wardlaw, D J Sharp & I J Deary

    doi:10.1038/mp.2017.62

    Abstract | Full Text | PDF

  5. Genetics and intelligence differences: five special findings

    R Plomin & I J Deary

    doi:10.1038/mp.2014.105

    Abstract | Full Text | PDF

  6. From gut dysbiosis to altered brain function and mental illness: mechanisms and pathways

    G B Rogers, D J Keating, R L Young, M-L Wong, J Licinio & S Wesselingh

    doi:10.1038/mp.2016.50

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  7. Preventing intrusive memories after trauma via a brief intervention involving Tetris computer game play in the emergency department: a proof-of-concept randomized controlled trial

    L Iyadurai, S E Blackwell, R Meiser-Stedman, P C Watson, M B Bonsall, J R Geddes, A C Nobre & E A Holmes

    doi:10.1038/mp.2017.23

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  8. Disinhibition of somatostatin-positive GABAergic interneurons results in an anxiolytic and antidepressant-like brain state

    T Fuchs, S J Jefferson, A Hooper, P-HP Yee, J Maguire & B Luscher

    doi:10.1038/mp.2016.188

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  9. Elevation of p11 in lateral habenula mediates depression-like behavior

    J-S Seo, P Zhong, A Liu, Z Yan & P Greengard

    doi:10.1038/mp.2017.96

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  10. Largest GWAS of PTSD (N=20 070) yields genetic overlap with schizophrenia and sex differences in heritability

    L E Duncan, A Ratanatharathorn, A E Aiello, L M Almli, A B Amstadter, A E Ashley-Koch, D G Baker, J C Beckham, L J Bierut, J Bisson, B Bradley, C-Y Chen, S Dalvie, L A Farrer, S Galea, M E Garrett, J E Gelernter, G Guffanti, M A Hauser, E O Johnson, R C Kessler, N A Kimbrel, A King, N Koen, H R Kranzler, M W Logue, A X Maihofer, A R Martin, M W Miller, R A Morey, N R Nugent, J P Rice, S Ripke, A L Roberts, N L Saccone, J W Smoller, D J Stein, M B Stein, J A Sumner, M Uddin, R J Ursano, D E Wildman, R Yehuda, H Zhao, M J Daly, I Liberzon, K J Ressler, C M Nievergelt & K C Koenen

    doi:10.1038/mp.2017.77

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