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    1. Higley, JD
      Individual differences in alcohol-induced aggression - A nonhuman-primate model

      ALCOHOL RESEARCH & HEALTH
    2. Brambilla, F; Bellodi, L; Arancio, C; Limonta, D; Ferrari, E; Solerte, B
      Neurotransmitter and hormonal background of hostility in anorexia nervosa

      NEUROPSYCHOBIOLOGY
    3. George, DT; Umhau, JC; Phillips, MJ; Emmela, D; Ragan, PW; Shoaf, SE; Rawlings, RR
      Serotonin, testosterone and alcohol in the etiology of domestic violence

      PSYCHIATRY RESEARCH
    4. Schulz, KP; Newcorn, JH; McKay, KE; Himelstein, J; Koda, VH; Siever, LJ; Sharma, V; Halperin, JM
      Relationship between central serotonergic function and aggression in prepubertal boys: effect of age and attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder

      PSYCHIATRY RESEARCH
    5. Huber, R; Panksepp, JB; Yue, Z; Delago, A; Moore, P
      Dynamic interactions of behavior and amine neurochemistry in acquisition and maintenance of social rank in crayfish

      BRAIN BEHAVIOR AND EVOLUTION
    6. Bouwknecht, JA; Hijzen, TH; van der Gugten, J; Mass, RAA; Hen, R; Olivier, B
      Absence of 5-HT1B receptors is associated with impaired impulse control inmale 5-HT1B knockout mice

      BIOLOGICAL PSYCHIATRY
    7. Rubio, A; Vestner, AL; Stewart, JM; Forbes, NT; Conwell, Y; Cox, C
      Suicide and Alzheimer's pathology in the elderly: A case-control study

      BIOLOGICAL PSYCHIATRY
    8. Mehlman, PT; Westergaard, GC; Hoos, BJ; Sallee, FR; Marsh, S; Suomi, SJ; Linnoila, M; Higley, JD
      CSF5-HIAA and nighttime activity in free-ranging primates

      NEUROPSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    9. Eklundh, T; Gunnarsson, T; Ornhagen, H; Nordin, C
      Cerebrospinal fluid levels of monoamine compounds and cholecystokinin peptides after exposure to standardized barometric pressure

      AVIATION SPACE AND ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINE
    10. Golomb, BA; Stattin, H; Mednick, S
      Low cholesterol and violent crime

      JOURNAL OF PSYCHIATRIC RESEARCH
    11. Stanley, B; Molcho, A; Stanley, M; Winchel, R; Gameroff, MJ; Parsons, B; Mann, JJ
      Association of aggressive behavior with altered serotonergic function in patients who are not suicidal

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHIATRY
    12. Lidberg, L; Belfrage, H; Bertilsson, L; Evenden, MM; Asberg, M
      Suicide attempts and impulse control disorder are related to low cerebrospinal fluid 5-HIAA in mentally disordered violent offenders

      ACTA PSYCHIATRICA SCANDINAVICA
    13. Higley, JD; Bennett, AJ
      Central nervous system serotonin and personality as variables contributingto excessive alcohol consumption in non-human primates

      ALCOHOL AND ALCOHOLISM
    14. Gutierrez, JLA
      Biology of violent behaviour and its treatment

      SALUD MENTAL
    15. Clarke, RA; Murphy, DL; Constantino, JN
      Serotonin and externalizing behavior in young children

      PSYCHIATRY RESEARCH
    16. Mann, JJ; Oquendo, M; Underwood, MD; Arango, V
      The neurobiology of suicide risk: A review for the clinician

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL PSYCHIATRY
    17. Kalin, NH
      Primate models to understand human aggression

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL PSYCHIATRY
    18. Shih, JC; Ridd, MJ; Chen, K; Meehan, WP; Kung, MP; Seif, I; De Maeyer, E
      Ketanserin and tetrabenazine abolish aggression in mice lacking monoamine oxidase A

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    19. Lindell, SG; Suomi, SJ; Shoaf, S; Linnoila, M; Higley, JD
      Salivary prolactin as a marker for central serotonin turnover

      BIOLOGICAL PSYCHIATRY
    20. Constantino, JN; Murphy, DL; Morris, JA
      Family psychiatric history, cerebrospinal fluid monoamine metabolites, andtemperament in infants

      BIOLOGICAL PSYCHIATRY
    21. Westergaard, GC; Suomi, SJ; Higley, JD; Mehlman, PT
      CSF5-HIAA and aggression in female macaque monkeys: species and interindividual differences

      PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    22. BLANZ B
      BIOLOGICAL CORRELATES OF AGGRESSIVE-BEHAV IOR

      ZEITSCHRIFT FUR KINDER-UND JUGENDPSYCHIATRIE UND PSYCHOTHERAPIE
    23. DAVANZO PA; BELIN TR; WIDAWSKI MH; KING BH
      PAROXETINE TREATMENT OF AGGRESSION AND SELF-INJURY IN PERSONS WITH MENTAL-RETARDATION

      American journal of mental retardation
    24. MANUCK SB; FLORY JD; MCCAFFERY JM; MATTHEWS KA; MANN JJ; MULDOON MF
      AGGRESSION, IMPULSIVITY, AND CENTRAL-NERVOUS-SYSTEM SEROTONERGIC RESPONSIVITY IN A NONPATIENT SAMPLE

      Neuropsychopharmacology
    25. PRANZATELLI MR; HUANG YY; TATE E; GOLDSTEIN DS; HOLMES CS; GOLDSTEIN EM; KETNER K; KINAST M; LANGE BM; SANZ A; SHEVELL MI; STANFORD RE; TAFF IP
      MONOAMINERGIC EFFECTS OF HIGH-DOSE CORTICOTROPIN IN CORTICOTROPIN-RESPONSIVE PEDIATRIC OPSOCLONUS-MYOCLONUS

      Movement disorders
    26. BERMAN ME; COCCARO EF
      NEUROBIOLOGICAL CORRELATES OF VIOLENCE - RELEVANCE TO CRIMINAL RESPONSIBILITY

      Behavioral sciences & the law
    27. PIHL RO; LEMARQUAND D
      SEROTONIN AND AGGRESSION AND THE ALCOHOL-AGGRESSION RELATIONSHIP

      Alcohol and alcoholism
    28. HUBER R; DELAGO A
      SEROTONIN ALTERS DECISIONS TO WITHDRAW IN FIGHTING CRAYFISH, ASTACUS-ASTACUS - THE MOTIVATIONAL CONCEPT REVISITED

      Journal of comparative physiology. A, Sensory, neural, and behavioral physiology
    29. Brusco, A; Lopez-Costa, JJ; Tagliaferro, P; Saavedra, JP
      Serotonergic ependymal fibres in rat and monkey: Light and electron microscopic immunocytochemical study

      BIOCELL
    30. ASKENAZY F; CANDITO M; CACI H; MYQUEL M; CHAMBON P; DARCOURT G; PUECH AJ
      WHOLE-BLOOD SEROTONIN CONTENT, TRYPTOPHAN CONCENTRATIONS, AND IMPULSIVITY IN ANOREXIA-NERVOSA

      Biological psychiatry
    31. FERRIS CF; MELLONI RH; KOPPEL G; PERRY KW; FULLER RW; DELVILLE Y
      VASOPRESSIN SEROTONIN INTERACTIONS IN THE ANTERIOR HYPOTHALAMUS CONTROL AGGRESSIVE-BEHAVIOR IN GOLDEN-HAMSTERS/

      The Journal of neuroscience
    32. STROUS RD; BARK N; PARSIA SS; VOLAVKA J; LACHMAN HM
      ANALYSIS OF A FUNCTIONAL CATECHOL-O-METHYLTRANSFERASE GENE POLYMORPHISM IN SCHIZOPHRENIA - EVIDENCE FOR ASSOCIATION WITH AGGRESSIVE AND ANTISOCIAL-BEHAVIOR

      Psychiatry research
    33. GERRA G; ZAIMOVIC A; AVANZINI P; CHITTOLINI B; GIUCASTRO G; CACCAVARI R; PALLADINO M; MAESTRI D; MONICA C; DELSIGNORE R; BRAMBILLA F
      NEUROTRANSMITTER-NEUROENDOCRINE RESPONSES TO EXPERIMENTALLY-INDUCED AGGRESSION IN HUMANS - INFLUENCE OF PERSONALITY VARIABLE

      Psychiatry research
    34. PRASCHAKRIEDER N; NEUMEISTER A; HESSELMANN B; WILLEIT M; BARNAS C; KASPER S
      SUICIDAL TENDENCIES AS A COMPLICATION OF LIGHT THERAPY FOR SEASONAL AFFECTIVE-DISORDER - A REPORT OF 3 CASES

      The Journal of clinical psychiatry
    35. CHAMPOUX M; HIGLEY JD; SUOMI SJ
      BEHAVIORAL AND PHYSIOLOGICAL-CHARACTERISTICS OF INDIAN AND CHINESE-INDIAN HYBRID RHESUS MACAQUE INFANTS

      Developmental psychobiology
    36. MANN JJ; MALONE KM
      CEREBROSPINAL-FLUID AMINES AND HIGHER-LETHALITY SUICIDE ATTEMPTS IN DEPRESSED INPATIENTS

      Biological psychiatry
    37. DRAPER B
      ATTEMPTED-SUICIDE IN OLD-AGE

      International journal of geriatric psychiatry
    38. TUINIER S; VERHOEVEN WMA; VANPRAAG HM
      SEROTONIN AND DISRUPTIVE BEHAVIOR - A CRITICAL-EVALUATION OF THE CLINICAL-DATA

      Human psychopharmacology
    39. MOLLER SE; MORTENSEN EL; BREUM L; ALLING C; LARSEN OG; BOGERASMUSSEN T; JENSEN C; BENNICKE K
      AGGRESSION AND PERSONALITY - ASSOCIATION WITH AMINO-ACIDS AND MONOAMINE METABOLITES

      Psychological medicine
    40. HEILIG M; MANSSON JE; BLENNOW K
      CEREBROSPINAL-FLUID TRANSMITTER METABOLITES AND ATMOSPHERIC-PRESSURE - RESPONSE

      Biological psychiatry
    41. HEILIG M; MANSSON JE; BLENNOW K
      CEREBROSPINAL-FLUID MONOAMINE METABOLITES AND ATMOSPHERIC-PRESSURE

      Biological psychiatry
    42. SERRES F; DASSA D; AZORIN JM; JEANNINGROS R
      DECREASE IN RED-BLOOD-CELL L-TRYPTOPHAN UPTAKE IN SCHIZOPHRENIC-PATIENTS - POSSIBLE LINK WITH LOSS OF IMPULSE CONTROL

      Progress in neuro-psychopharmacology & biological psychiatry
    43. CLEARE AJ; BOND AJ
      THE EFFECT OF TRYPTOPHAN DEPLETION AND ENHANCEMENT SUBJECTIVE AND BEHAVIORAL AGGRESSION IN NORMAL-MALE SUBJECTS

      Psychopharmacology
    44. GOYER PF; COHEN RM; ANDREASON PJ; SEMPLE WE; CLAYTON AH; KING AC; COMPTONTOTH BA; SCHULZ SC
      POSITRON-EMISSION TOMOGRAPHY AND PERSONALITY-DISORDERS

      Neuropsychopharmacology
    45. EKLUNDH T; FERNSTROM V; NORDIN C
      INFLUENCE OF TAPPING-TIME AND ATMOSPHERIC-PRESSURE ON CONCENTRATIONS OF MONOAMINE METABOLITES IN THE CEREBROSPINAL-FLUID - A PROSPECTIVE-STUDY IN FEMALE VOLUNTEERS

      Journal of Psychiatric Research
    46. GARZATREVINO ES
      NEUROBIOLOGICAL FACTORS IN AGGRESSIVE-BEHAVIOR

      Hospital & community psychiatry


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