J Psychiatry Neurosci 2003;28(5)
Antidepressants and suicide: risk–benefit conundrums
D. Healy, C. Whitaker
Anterior cingulate dysfunction: Implications for psychiatric disorders?
M. Yücel, S.J. Wood, A. Fornito, J. Riffkin, D. Velakoulis
Effectiveness and outcome predictors of long-term lithium prophylaxis in unipolar major depressive disorder
C. Baethge, P. Gruschka, M.N. Smolka, A. Berghöfer, T. Bschor, B. Müller-Oerlinghausen, M. Bauer
Beclomethasone-induced vasoconstriction in women with major depressive disorder
N.J. Coupland, K.M. Hegadoren, J. Myrholm
CCNP News and Views
Foundations in Social Neuroscience.
S.N. Young, D.S. Moskowitz
Psychiatry in the Elderly.
J.S. Lok, J.K. Le Clair
Psychiatry in Canada: Fifty Years.
Psychopharmacology for the Clinician
A 56-year-old woman with recurrent major depressive disorder refractory to medication had a good response to an acute course of right unilateral electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) but experienced significant cognitive effects and refused maintenance ECT. Is she a good candidate for repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation?