Found in translation? Commentary on a BJP themed issue about animal models in neuropsychiatry research
Modelling cognitive affective biases in major depressive disorder using rodents
Using animal models to study post-partum psychiatric disorders
Developmental rodent models of fear and anxiety: from neurobiology to pharmacology
Modelling headache and migraine and its pharmacological manipulation
Sex differences in animal models of psychiatric disorders
Reconceptualizing sex, brain and psychopathology: interaction, interaction, interaction
Role of cues and contexts on drug-seeking behaviour
Of mice and men: modelling post-stroke depression experimentally
Mechanisms to medicines: elucidating neural and molecular substrates of fear extinction to identify novel treatments for anxiety disorders
Identifying novel interventional strategies for psychiatric disorders: integrating genomics, ‘enviromics’ and gene–environment interactions in valid preclinical models
Convergent pharmacological mechanisms in impulsivity and addiction: insights from rodent models
Pharmacological manipulations in animal models of anorexia and binge eating in relation to humans
The behavioural response of mice lacking NK1 receptors to guanfacine resembles its clinical profile in treatment of ADHD