Animal Models and Human Neuropsychiatric Disorders
Invited Commentary on Animal Models in Psychiatry
Integrating Synapse Proteomics with Transcriptional Regulation
Deletion of the Coffin–Lowry Syndrome Gene Rsk2 in Mice is Associated With Impaired Spatial Learning and Reduced Control of Exploratory Behavior
Endophenotype Approach to Developmezntal Psychopathology
Animal Models Relevant to Schizophrenia and Autism
Plaques, Tangles, and Memory Loss in Mouse Models of Neurodegeneration
Intravenous Drug Self-administration in Mice
Genetics of Dopamine and its Contribution to Cocaine Addiction
Sweet and Bitter Taste of Ethanol in C57BL/6J and DBA2/J Mouse Strains
Use of a Novel Mouse Genotype to Model Acute Benzodiazepine Withdrawal
Feeling Strained? Influence of Genetic Background on Depression-Related Behavior in Mice
Effects of Mild Early Life Stress on Abnormal Emotion-related Behaviors in 5-HTT Knockout Mice
Genetic and Structural Analysis of the Basolateral Amygdala Complex in BXD Recombinant Inbred Mice
Establishment of a Battery of Simple Models for Facets of Bipolar Disorder
Reviewers for the Special Issue on Use of Animal Models of Psychiatric Disease
Identification of QTLs involved in open-field behavior in young and adult laying hens
Recent Developments in the Use of Animal Models of Psychiatric Disease