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    1. McCall, WV
      Electroconvulsive thera in the era of modern psychopharmacology

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF NEUROPSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    2. Daly, JJ; Prudic, J; Devanand, DP; Nobler, MS; Lisanby, SH; Peyser, S; Roose, SP; Sackeim, HA
      ECT in bipolar and unipolar depression: differences in speed of response

      BIPOLAR DISORDERS
    3. Sackeim, HA; Devanand, DP; Lisanby, SH; Nobler, MS; Prudic, J; Heyer, EJ; Ornstein, E; Weiner, RD; Krystal, AD; Coffey, CE; Greenberg, RM; Husain, M; Lite, MS; Fernandez, P; Gaines, GY
      Treatment of the modal patient: Does one size fit nearly all?

      JOURNAL OF ECT
    4. Frey, R; Heiden, A; Scharfetter, J; Schreinzer, D; Blasbichler, T; Tauscher, J; Felleiter, P; Kasper, S
      Inverse relation between stimulus intensity and seizure duration: Implications for ECT procedure

      JOURNAL OF ECT
    5. Parker, V; Nobler, MS; Pedley, TA; Sackeim, HA
      A unilateral, prolonged, nonconvulsive seizure in a patient treated with bilateral ECT

      JOURNAL OF ECT
    6. Rabheru, K
      The use of electroconvulsive therapy in special patient populations

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHIATRY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE PSYCHIATRIE
    7. Perlstein, WM; Simons, RF; Graham, FK
      Prepulse effects as a function of cortical projection system

      BIOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY
    8. Houston, RJ; Stanford, MS
      Mid-latency evoked potentials in self-reported impulsive aggression

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY
    9. Carrillo-de-la-Pena, MT
      One-year test-retest reliability of auditory evoked potentials (AEPs) to tones of increasing intensity

      PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY
    10. Prudic, J; Olfson, M; Sackeim, HA
      Electro-convulsive therapy practices in the community

      PSYCHOLOGICAL MEDICINE
    11. Frey, R; Schreinzer, D; Heiden, A; Kasper, S
      Electroconvulsive therapie

      NERVENARZT
    12. Shiga, Y; Yamada, T; Ofuji, A; Fujita, Y; Kawamura, T; Inoue, K; Hada, Y; Yamazaki, H; Cheng, MH; Yeh, MH
      Effects of stimulus intensity on latency and conduction time of short-latency somatosensory evoked potentials

      CLINICAL ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY
    13. Krause, T; Kurth, R; Ruben, J; Schwiemann, J; Villringer, K; Deuchert, M; Moosmann, M; Brandt, S; Wolf, KJ; Curio, G; Villringer, A
      Representational overlap of adjacent fingers in multiple areas of human primary somatosensory cortex depends on electrical stimulus intensity: an fMRI study

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    14. Barrett, AC; Cook, CD; Terner, JM; Craft, RM; Picker, MJ
      Importance of sex and relative efficacy at the mu opioid receptor in the development of tolerance and cross-tolerance to the antinociceptive effects of opioids

      PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    15. Smith, MA; Gray, JD
      Age-related differences in sensitivity to the antinociceptive effects of opioids in male rats - Influence of nociceptive intensity and intrinsic efficacy at the mu receptor

      PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    16. Winterer, G; Ziller, M; Dorn, H; Frick, K; Mulert, C; Wuebben, Y; Herrmann, WM; Coppola, R
      Schizophrenia: reduced signal-to-noise ratio and impaired phase-locking during information processing

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    17. Nakajima, Y; Imamura, N
      Relationships between attention effects and intensity effects on the cognitive N140 and P300 components of somatosensory ERPs

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    18. Ninomiya, H; Sato, E; Onitsuka, T; Hayashida, T; Tashiro, N
      Auditory P50 obtained with a repetitive stimulus paradigm shows suppression to high-intensity tones

      PSYCHIATRY AND CLINICAL NEUROSCIENCES
    19. Krystal, AD; Holsinger, T; Weiner, RD; Coffey, CE
      Prediction of the utility of a switch from unilateral to bilateral ECT in the elderly using treatment 2 ictal EEG indices

      JOURNAL OF ECT
    20. Cook, A; Stevenson, G; Scott, AIF
      A survey of methohexitone use by anesthetists in the clinical practice of ECT in Edinburgh

      JOURNAL OF ECT
    21. Ng, C; Schweitzer, I; Alexopoulos, P; Celi, E; Wong, L; Tuckwell, V; Sergejew, A; Tiller, J
      Efficacy and cognitive effects of right unilateral electroconvulsive therapy

      JOURNAL OF ECT
    22. Nobler, MS; Luber, B; Moeller, JR; Katzman, GP; Prudic, J; Devanand, DP; Dichter, GS; Sackeim, HA
      Quantitative EEG during seizures induced by electroconvulsive therapy: Relations to treatment modality and clinical features. I. Global analyses

      JOURNAL OF ECT
    23. Luber, B; Nobler, MS; Moeller, JR; Katzman, GP; Prudic, J; Devanand, DP; Dichter, GS; Sackeim, HA
      Quantitative EEG during seizures induced by electroconvulsive therapy: Relations to treatment modality and clinical features. II. Topographic analyses

      JOURNAL OF ECT
    24. Scott, AIF; Boddy, H
      The effect of repeated bilateral electroconvulsive therapy on seizure threshold

      JOURNAL OF ECT
    25. Boylan, LS; Haskett, RF; Mulsant, BH; Greenberg, RM; Prudic, J; Spicknall, K; Lisanby, SH; Sackeim, HA
      Determinants of seizure threshold in ECT: Benzodiazepine use, anesthetic dosage, and other factors

      JOURNAL OF ECT
    26. Krystal, AD; West, M; Prado, R; Greenside, H; Zoldi, S; Weiner, RD
      EEG effects of ECT: Implications for rTMS

      DEPRESSION AND ANXIETY
    27. Lisanby, SH; Belmaker, RH
      Animal models of the mechanisms of action of repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS): Comparisons with electroconvulsive shock (ECS)

      DEPRESSION AND ANXIETY
    28. Bouwknecht, JA; Hijzen, TH; van der Gugten, J; Dirks, A; Maes, RAA; Hen, R; Geyer, MA; Olivier, B
      Startle responses, heart rate, and temperature in 5-HT1B receptor knockoutmice

      NEUROREPORT
    29. Gage, NM; Roberts, TPL
      Temporal integration: reflections in the M100 of the auditory evoked field

      NEUROREPORT
    30. Brandt, MR; Galici, R; France, CP
      The discriminative stimulus effects of morphine in pigeons responding under a progressive ratio schedule of food presentation

      BEHAVIOURAL PHARMACOLOGY
    31. Niddam, DM; Arendt-Nielsen, L; Chen, ACN
      Cerebral dynamics of SEPs to non-painful and painful cutaneous electrical stimulation of the thenar and hypothenar

      BRAIN TOPOGRAPHY
    32. Zoldi, SM; Krystal, A; Greenside, HS
      Stationarity and redundancy of multichannel EEG data recorded during generalized tonic-clonic seizures

      BRAIN TOPOGRAPHY
    33. Courtiere, A; Hardouin, J; Hasbroucq, T; Possamai, CA; Vidal, F
      The additive factor method in rat information processing

      BEHAVIOURAL PROCESSES
    34. Duchamp-Viret, P; Delaleu, JC; Duchamp, A
      GABA(B)-mediated action in the frog olfactory bulb makes odor responses more salient

      NEUROSCIENCE
    35. Chanpattana, W; Buppanharun, W; Raksakietisak, S; Chakrabhand, MLS
      Seizure threshold rise during electroconvulsive therapy in schizophrenic patients

      PSYCHIATRY RESEARCH
    36. Nithi, KA; Mills, KR
      Mapping motor cortex projections to single motor units in humans with transcranial magnetic stimulation

      MUSCLE & NERVE
    37. Perez, MN; Fernandez, MD; Vila, J; Turpin, G
      Cognitive and emotional modulation of the cardiac defense response in humans

      PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY
    38. Zlatkova, M; Vassilev, A; Mitov, D
      Temporal characteristics of line orientation identification

      PERCEPTION & PSYCHOPHYSICS
    39. Womer, DE; Shannon, HE
      Pharmacologic reversal of pertussis toxin-induced thermal allodynia in mice

      NEUROPHARMACOLOGY
    40. Lecanuet, JP; Graniere-Deferre, C; Jacquet, AY; DeCasper, AJ
      Fetal discrimination of low-pitched musical notes

      DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOBIOLOGY
    41. Romaniello, A; Cruccu, G; McMillan, AS; Arendt-Nielsen, L; Svensson, P
      Effect of experimental pain from trigeminal muscle and skin on motor cortex excitability in humans

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    42. Abrams, R
      Electroconvulsive therapy requires higher dosage levels - Food and Drug Administration action is required

      ARCHIVES OF GENERAL PSYCHIATRY
    43. Jaskowski, P; van der Lubbe, RHJ; Wauschkuhn, B; Wascher, E; Verleger, R
      The influence of time pressure and cue validity on response force in an S1-S2 paradigm

      ACTA PSYCHOLOGICA
    44. van Dongen, EP; ter Beek, HT; Aarts, LP; Schepens, MA; Morshuis, WJ; Benning, FJ; de Boer, A; Boezeman, EH
      The effect of two low-dose propofol infusions on the relationship between six-pulse transcranial electrical stimulation and the evoked lower extremity muscle response

      ACTA ANAESTHESIOLOGICA SCANDINAVICA
    45. Bjork, EA
      Startle, annoyance and psychophysiological responses to repeated sound bursts

      ACUSTICA
    46. Carrillo-de-la-Pena, MT
      Effects of intensity and order of stimuli presentation on AEPs: an analysis of the consistency of EP augmenting reducing in the auditory modality

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    47. Tsutada, T; Tsuyuguchi, N; Hattori, H; Shimada, H; Skimogawara, M; Kuramoto, T; Haruta, Y; Matsuoka, Y; Hakuba, A
      Determining the appropriate stimulus intensity for studying the dipole moment in somatosensory evoked fields: a preliminary study

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    48. Krystal, AD; Prado, R; West, M
      New methods of time series analysis of non-stationary EEG data: eigenstructure decompositions of time varying autoregressions

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    49. Roithinger, FX; Karch, MR; Steiner, PR; SippensGroenewegen, A; Lesh, MD
      The spatial dispersion of atrial refractoriness and atrial fibrillation vulnerability

      JOURNAL OF INTERVENTIONAL CARDIAC ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY
    50. Sackeim, HA
      The anticonvulsant hypothesis of the mechanisms of action of ECT: Current status

      JOURNAL OF ECT
    51. Krystal, AD; Weiner, RD
      EEG correlates of the response to ECT: A possible antidepressant role of brain-derived neurotrophic factor

      JOURNAL OF ECT
    52. Pascual-Leone, A; Bartres-Faz, D; Keenan, JP
      Transcranial magnetic stimulation: studying the brain-behaviour relationship by induction of 'virtual lesions'

      PHILOSOPHICAL TRANSACTIONS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    53. Getz, WM
      A kinetic model of the transient phase in the response of olfactory receptor neurons

      CHEMICAL SENSES
    54. Harada, T; Tokuriki, M; Tanioka, Y
      Age-related changes in the brainstem auditory evoked potentials of the marmoset

      HEARING RESEARCH
    55. Groome, LJ; Mooney, DM; Holland, SB; Smith, LA; Atterbury, JL; Dykman, RA
      Behavioral state affects heart rate response to low-intensity sound in human fetuses

      EARLY HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
    56. Fields, HL
      Pain: an unpleasant topic

      PAIN
    57. Goto, Y; Tobimatsu, S; Shigematsu, J; Akazawa, K; Kato, M
      Properties of rat cone-mediated electroretinograms during light adaptation

      CURRENT EYE RESEARCH
    58. Sundblom, DM; Heikman, P; Naukkarinen, H; Fyhrquist, F
      Blood concentrations of vasopressin, neuropeptide FF and prolactin are increased by high-dose right unilateral ECT

      PEPTIDES
    59. Brocke, B; Beauducel, A; Tasche, KG
      Biopsychological bases and behavioral correlates of sensation seeking: contributions to a multilevel validation

      PERSONALITY AND INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES
    60. Iacono, WG; Ficken, JW; Beiser, M
      Electrodermal activation in first-episode psychotic patients and their first-degree relatives

      PSYCHIATRY RESEARCH
    61. Gangadhar, BN; Subbakrishna, DK; Janakiramaiah, N; Motreja, S; Dutt, DN; Paramehwara, G
      Post-seizure EEG fractal dimension of first ECT predicts antidepressant response at two weeks

      JOURNAL OF AFFECTIVE DISORDERS
    62. Kasai, T; Yahagi, S
      Motor evoked potentials of the first dorsal interosseous muscle in step and ramp index finger abduction

      MUSCLE & NERVE
    63. Post, N; von der Emde, G
      The "novelty response" in an electric fish: response properties and habituation

      PHYSIOLOGY & BEHAVIOR
    64. Porter, FL; Wolf, CM; Miller, JP
      Procedural pain in newborn infants: The influence of intensity and development

      PEDIATRICS
    65. Wijeratne, C; Halliday, GS; Lyndon, RW
      The present status of electroconvulsive therapy: a systematic review

      MEDICAL JOURNAL OF AUSTRALIA
    66. Catheline, G; Le Guen, S; Besson, JM
      Effects of U-69,593, a kappa-opioid receptor agonist, on carrageenin-induced peripheral oedema and Fos expression in the rat spinal cord

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    67. Lisanby, SH; Devanand, DP; Prudic, J; Sackeim, HA
      Prolactin response to electroconvulsive therapy - Response

      BIOLOGICAL PSYCHIATRY
    68. Tew, JD; Mulsant, BH; Haskett, RF; Prudic, J; Thase, ME; Crowe, RR; Dolata, D; Begley, AE; Reynolds, CF; Sackeim, HA
      Acute efficacy of ECT in the treatment of major depression in the old-old

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHIATRY
    69. Ulrich, R; Mattes, S; Miller, J
      Donders's assumption of pure insertion: an evaluation on the basis of response dynamics

      ACTA PSYCHOLOGICA
    70. Moller, AR
      Review of the roles of temporal and place coding of frequency in speech discrimination

      ACTA OTO-LARYNGOLOGICA
    71. Smith, MA; Barrett, AC; Picker, MJ
      Antinociceptive effects of opioids following acute and chronic administration of butorphanol: influence of stimulus intensity and relative efficacy at the mu receptor

      PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    72. West, M; Prado, R; Krystal, AD
      Evaluation and comparison of EEG traces: Latent structure in nonstationarytime series

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN STATISTICAL ASSOCIATION
    73. West, M; Prado, R; Krystal, AD
      Evaluation and comparison of EEG traces: Latent structure in nonstationarytime series

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN STATISTICAL ASSOCIATION
    74. HOKE ES; MUHLNICKEL W; ROSS B; HOKE M
      TINNITUS AND EVENT-RELATED ACTIVITY OF THE AUDITORY-CORTEX

      Audiology & neuro-otology
    75. KRYSTAL AD; WATTS BV; WEINER RD; MOORE S; STEFFENS DC; LINDAHL V
      THE USE OF FLUMAZENIL IN THE ANXIOUS AND BENZODIAZEPINE-DEPENDENT ECTPATIENT

      JOURNAL OF ECT
    76. GERETSEGGER C; ROCHOWANSKI E; KARTNIG C; UNTERRAINER AF
      PROPOFOL AND METHOHEXITAL AS ANESTHETIC AGENTS FOR ELECTROCONVULSIVE-THERAPY (ECT) - A COMPARISON OF SEIZURE-QUALITY MEASURES AND VITAL SIGNS

      JOURNAL OF ECT
    77. Mann, JJ
      Neurobiological correlates of the antidepressant action of electroconvulsive therapy

      JOURNAL OF ECT
    78. Belmaker, RH; Grisaru, N
      Magnetic stimulation of the brain in animal depression models responsive to ECS

      JOURNAL OF ECT
    79. Fochtmann, LJ
      Genetic approaches to the neurobiology of electroconvulsive therapy

      JOURNAL OF ECT
    80. Rosenquist, PB; McCall, WV; Colenda, CC; Melton, BA
      A comparison of visual and computer-generated measures of "seizure quality"

      JOURNAL OF ECT
    81. Martin, BA; Cooper, SM; Parikh, SV
      Propofol anesthesia, seizure duration, and ECT: A case report and literature review

      JOURNAL OF ECT
    82. MERCADANTE S
      PREDICTIVE FACTORS AND OPIOID RESPONSIVENESS IN CANCER PAIN

      European journal of cancer
    83. KRYSTAL AD; COFFEY CE; WEINER RD; HOLSINGER T
      CHANGES IN SEIZURE THRESHOLD OVER THE COURSE OF ELECTROCONVULSIVE-THERAPY AFFECT THERAPEUTIC RESPONSE AND ARE DETECTED BY ICTAL EEG RATINGS

      The Journal of neuropsychiatry and clinical neurosciences
    84. CHALANSONNET M; CHAPUT MA
      OLFACTORY-BULB OUTPUT CELL TEMPORAL RESPONSE PATTERNS TO INCREASING ODOR CONCENTRATIONS IN FREELY BREATHING RATS

      Chemical senses
    85. ELMER GI; PIEPER JO; NEGUS SS; WOODS JH
      GENETIC VARIANCE IN NOCICEPTION AND ITS RELATIONSHIP TO THE POTENCY OF MORPHINE-INDUCED ANALGESIA IN THERMAL AND CHEMICAL-TESTS

      Pain
    86. Duchamp-Viret, P; Palouzier-Paulignan, B; Duchamp, A
      Sensory information processing in the frog olfactory pathways. Experimental basis for modeling studies

      BIOSYSTEMS
    87. YU WC; CHEN SA; TAI CT; WEN ZC; FENG AN; DING YA; CHANG MS
      EFFECTS OF PROCAINAMIDE AND DL-SOTALOL ON THE CHANGES OF ATRIAL ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY INDUCED BY HIGH-CURRENT STIMULATION

      PACE-PACING AND CLINICAL ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY
    88. NOBLER MS; SACKEIM HA
      MECHANISMS OF ACTION OF ELECTROCONVULSIVE-THERAPY - FUNCTIONAL BRAIN IMAGING STUDIES

      Psychiatric annals
    89. KRYSTAL AD
      THE CLINICAL UTILITY OF ICTAL EEG SEIZURE ADEQUACY MODELS

      Psychiatric annals
    90. BEATTIE RC; JONES RL
      EFFECTS OF RELATIVE LEVELS OF THE PRIMARY TONES ON DISTORTION-PRODUCTOTOACOUSTIC EMISSIONS IN NORMAL-HEARING SUBJECTS

      Audiology
    91. CONWAY CM; MARTINEZ J; LYTLE LD
      MATURATIONAL CHANGES IN THE THERMAL NOCICEPTIVE RESPONSES OF DEVELOPING RATS

      Developmental psychobiology
    92. DEVANAND DP; LISANBY S; LO ES; FITZSIMONS L; COOPER TB; HALBREICH U; SACKEIM HA
      EFFECTS OF ELECTROCONVULSIVE-THERAPY ON PLASMA VASOPRESSIN AND OXYTOCIN

      Biological psychiatry
    93. HYDE M
      THE N1 RESPONSE AND ITS APPLICATIONS

      Audiology & neuro-otology
    94. CROWE SF; SHAW S
      SALBUTAMOL OVERCOMES THE EFFECT OF THE NORADRENERGIC NEUROTOXIN DSP-4ON MEMORY FUNCTION IN THE DAY-OLD CHICK

      Behavioural pharmacology
    95. HARADA T; TOKURIKI M
      EFFECTS OF CLICK INTENSITY AND FREQUENCY ON THE BRAIN-STEM AUDITORY-EVOKED POTENTIALS IN THE COMMON MARMOSET (CALLITHRIX-JACCHUS)

      Journal of veterinary medical science
    96. DOWMAN R
      INTERSTIMULUS-INTERVAL HAS NO EFFECT ON A MIDLATENCY SCALP POTENTIAL GENERATED BY INNOCUOUS-RELATED ACTIVITY IN THE PRIMARY SOMATOSENSORY CORTEX

      Brain topography
    97. NOBLER MS; SACKEIM HA; MOELLER JR; PRUDIC J; PETKOVA E; WATERNAUX C
      QUANTIFYING THE SPEED OF SYMPTOMATIC IMPROVEMENT WITH ELECTROCONVULSIVE-THERAPY - COMPARISON OF ALTERNATIVE STATISTICAL-METHODS

      Convulsive therapy
    98. MCCALL WV; ZVARA D; BROOKER R; ARIAS L
      EFFECT OF ESMOLOL PRETREATMENT ON EEG SEIZURE MORPHOLOGY IN RUL ECT

      Convulsive therapy
    99. KAMATH S; ANDRADE C; FARUQI S; VENKATARAMAN BV; RANI N; CANDADE VS
      EVALUATION OF PRE-ECS ANTIHYPERTENSIVE DRUG ADMINISTRATION IN THE ATTENUATION OF ECS-INDUCED RETROGRADE-AMNESIA

      Convulsive therapy
    100. HILL MA; COURVOISIE H; DAWKINS K; NOFAL P; THOMAS B
      ECT FOR THE TREATMENT OF INTRACTABLE MANIA IN 2 PREPUBERTAL MALE-CHILDREN

      Convulsive therapy


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