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The developmental basis of mood and anxiety disorders

This series aims to disseminate findings related to the developmental causes underlying mood and anxiety disorders. The series welcomes research and reviews on this topic, including human fMRI studies and animal models related to mood and anxiety disorders.

Dr Nim Tottenham

  1. Early adverse experiences, especially those involving disruption of the mother-infant relationship, are detrimental for proper socioemotional development in primates. Humans with histories of childhood maltrea...

    Authors: Brittany R Howell, Kai M McCormack, Alison P Grand, Nikki T Sawyer, Xiaodong Zhang, Dario Maestripieri, Xiaoping Hu and Mar M Sanchez
    Citation: Biology of Mood & Anxiety Disorders 2013 3:21
  2. Several mental illnesses, including anxiety, can manifest during development, with onsets in late childhood. Understanding the neurobiological underpinnings of risk for anxiety is of crucial importance for ear...

    Authors: Tanja Jovanovic, Karin Maria Nylocks and Kaitlyn L Gamwell
    Citation: Biology of Mood & Anxiety Disorders 2013 3:17
  3. Social Anxiety Disorder (SAD) is a common and debilitating condition that typically manifests in adolescence. Here we describe cognitive factors engaged by brain-imaging tasks, which model the peer-based socia...

    Authors: Johanna M Jarcho, Ellen Leibenluft, Olga Lydia Walker, Nathan A Fox, Daniel S Pine and Eric E Nelson
    Citation: Biology of Mood & Anxiety Disorders 2013 3:14