The Cognitive Neuropsychiatry of Emotion and Emotional Disorders: A Special Issue of Cognitive Neuropsychiatry
Voices in the Brain: The Cognitive Neuropsychiatry of Auditory Verbal Hallucinations: A Special Issue of Cognitive Neuropsychiatry
Brita Elvevåg, Daniel Weinberger
September 09, 2009
Neuropsychiatry stands to benefit enormously from the new research framework afforded by the sequencing of the human genome and from examining the role of molecular genetics on the clinical presentation of psychiatric patients. A solid foundation is essential if novel genetic breakthroughs are to...
André Aleman, Nick Medford, Anthony S. David
June 01, 2006
Recent years have shown an increased interest in the cognitive and neural basis of emotion in psychiatric and neurological disorders. Indeed, various methods of behavioural and neural measurement of emotional processes are continually being developed and refined, which has led to an explosion of...
Sean A Spence, Anthony S. David
August 04, 2005
For millennia, human beings have reported hearing ‘voices’. These experiences have been a source of fascination, sometimes because they spoke of revelation, sometimes because they presaged madness and destruction. From Socrates to the Yorkshire Ripper, the impact of voices upon human society has...
Anthony David, Sean A Spence
March 04, 2004
For millennia, human beings have reported hearing 'voices'. These experiences have been a source of fascination, sometimes because they spoke of revelation, sometimes because they presaged madness and destruction. From Socrates to the Yorkshire Ripper the impact of voices upon human society has...
Peter W Halligan, Sean A Spence
September 05, 2002
What happens when the physical body and the subjective sense of self part company? How do we explain phantom limbs and alien abduction? What are the cognitive, neurobiological mechanisms that support such phenomena? In this special issue of Cognitive Neuropsychiatry, Spence and Halligan explore all...
Anthony S. David, Peter W. Halligan
August 26, 1999
Patients with hysterical conversion present with striking physical symptoms such as weakness, sensory disorders or memory loss, that suggest a neurological disease but which show no evidence of brain and central nervous system damage. Although it is now over one hundred years since Breuer and Freud...