Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences

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June 1999

Volume 877 ADVANCING FROM THE VENTRAL STRIATUM TO THE EXTENDED AMYGDALA: IMPLICATIONS FOR NEUROPSYCHIATRY AND DRUG ABUSE

Pages xii–xvi, 1–832

  1. Frontmatter

    1. Top of page
    2. Frontmatter
    3. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse
    4. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part I. Functional Organization of the Ventral Striatopallidal System
    5. Article: Part II. Modulation of Ventral Striatopallidal Compartments
    6. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part II. Modulation of Ventral Striatopallidal Compartments
    7. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part III. Organization and Functions of the Extended Amygdala
    8. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part IV. Interactions of the Extended Amygdala with Other Brain Regions
    9. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part V. Implications for Drug Abuse
    10. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part VI. Implications for Neuropsychiatry
    11. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part VII. Poster Papers: Anatomy, Chemistry, and Physiology of the Ventral Striatopallidal and Extended Amygdaloid Systems
    12. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part VII. Poster Papers: Functions and Dysfunctions of the Ventral Striatopallidal and Extended Amygdaloid Systems
    13. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part VII. Poster Papers: The Relationship of the Ventral Striatopallidal and Extended Amygdaloid Systems to Drug Abuse
    1. Introduction (pages xii–xvi)

      JACQUELINE F. McGINTY

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb09257.x

  2. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse

    1. Top of page
    2. Frontmatter
    3. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse
    4. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part I. Functional Organization of the Ventral Striatopallidal System
    5. Article: Part II. Modulation of Ventral Striatopallidal Compartments
    6. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part II. Modulation of Ventral Striatopallidal Compartments
    7. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part III. Organization and Functions of the Extended Amygdala
    8. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part IV. Interactions of the Extended Amygdala with Other Brain Regions
    9. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part V. Implications for Drug Abuse
    10. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part VI. Implications for Neuropsychiatry
    11. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part VII. Poster Papers: Anatomy, Chemistry, and Physiology of the Ventral Striatopallidal and Extended Amygdaloid Systems
    12. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part VII. Poster Papers: Functions and Dysfunctions of the Ventral Striatopallidal and Extended Amygdaloid Systems
    13. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part VII. Poster Papers: The Relationship of the Ventral Striatopallidal and Extended Amygdaloid Systems to Drug Abuse
  3. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part I. Functional Organization of the Ventral Striatopallidal System

    1. Top of page
    2. Frontmatter
    3. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse
    4. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part I. Functional Organization of the Ventral Striatopallidal System
    5. Article: Part II. Modulation of Ventral Striatopallidal Compartments
    6. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part II. Modulation of Ventral Striatopallidal Compartments
    7. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part III. Organization and Functions of the Extended Amygdala
    8. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part IV. Interactions of the Extended Amygdala with Other Brain Regions
    9. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part V. Implications for Drug Abuse
    10. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part VI. Implications for Neuropsychiatry
    11. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part VII. Poster Papers: Anatomy, Chemistry, and Physiology of the Ventral Striatopallidal and Extended Amygdaloid Systems
    12. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part VII. Poster Papers: Functions and Dysfunctions of the Ventral Striatopallidal and Extended Amygdaloid Systems
    13. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part VII. Poster Papers: The Relationship of the Ventral Striatopallidal and Extended Amygdaloid Systems to Drug Abuse
    1. The Concept of the Ventral Striatum in Nonhuman Primates (pages 33–48)

      SUZANNE N. HABER and NIKOLAUS R. McFARLAND

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb09259.x

    2. Convergence and Segregation of Ventral Striatal Inputs and Outputs (pages 49–63)

      HENK J. GROENEWEGEN, CHRISTOPHER I. WRIGHT, ARNO V.J. BEIJER and PIETER VOORN

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb09260.x

    3. Involvement of the Pallidal-thalamocortical Circuit in Adaptive Behavior (pages 64–70)

      PETER W. KALIVAS, LYNN CHURCHILL and ANASTASIA ROMANIDES

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb09261.x

    4. Mesolimbic Neuronal Activity across Behavioral States (pages 91–112)

      DONALD J. WOODWARD, JING-YU CHANG, PATRICIA JANAK, ALEXEY AZAROV and KRISTIN ANSTROM

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb09263.x

  4. Article: Part II. Modulation of Ventral Striatopallidal Compartments

    1. Top of page
    2. Frontmatter
    3. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse
    4. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part I. Functional Organization of the Ventral Striatopallidal System
    5. Article: Part II. Modulation of Ventral Striatopallidal Compartments
    6. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part II. Modulation of Ventral Striatopallidal Compartments
    7. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part III. Organization and Functions of the Extended Amygdala
    8. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part IV. Interactions of the Extended Amygdala with Other Brain Regions
    9. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part V. Implications for Drug Abuse
    10. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part VI. Implications for Neuropsychiatry
    11. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part VII. Poster Papers: Anatomy, Chemistry, and Physiology of the Ventral Striatopallidal and Extended Amygdaloid Systems
    12. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part VII. Poster Papers: Functions and Dysfunctions of the Ventral Striatopallidal and Extended Amygdaloid Systems
    13. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part VII. Poster Papers: The Relationship of the Ventral Striatopallidal and Extended Amygdaloid Systems to Drug Abuse
  5. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part II. Modulation of Ventral Striatopallidal Compartments

    1. Top of page
    2. Frontmatter
    3. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse
    4. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part I. Functional Organization of the Ventral Striatopallidal System
    5. Article: Part II. Modulation of Ventral Striatopallidal Compartments
    6. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part II. Modulation of Ventral Striatopallidal Compartments
    7. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part III. Organization and Functions of the Extended Amygdala
    8. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part IV. Interactions of the Extended Amygdala with Other Brain Regions
    9. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part V. Implications for Drug Abuse
    10. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part VI. Implications for Neuropsychiatry
    11. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part VII. Poster Papers: Anatomy, Chemistry, and Physiology of the Ventral Striatopallidal and Extended Amygdaloid Systems
    12. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part VII. Poster Papers: Functions and Dysfunctions of the Ventral Striatopallidal and Extended Amygdaloid Systems
    13. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part VII. Poster Papers: The Relationship of the Ventral Striatopallidal and Extended Amygdaloid Systems to Drug Abuse
    1. Modulation of Cell Firing in the Nucleus Accumbens (pages 157–175)

      PATRICIO O'DONNELL, JENNIFER GREENE, NINA PABELLO, BARBARA L. LEWIS and ANTHONY A. GRACE

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb09267.x

    2. Opioid Modulation of Ventral Pallidal Inputs (pages 176–201)

      T. CELESTE NAPIER and IGOR MITROVIC

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb09268.x

    3. Cross-species Studies of Sensorimotor Gating of the Startle Reflex (pages 202–216)

      NEAL R. SWERDLOW, DAVID L. BRAFF and MARK A. GEYER

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb09269.x

  6. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part III. Organization and Functions of the Extended Amygdala

    1. Top of page
    2. Frontmatter
    3. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse
    4. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part I. Functional Organization of the Ventral Striatopallidal System
    5. Article: Part II. Modulation of Ventral Striatopallidal Compartments
    6. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part II. Modulation of Ventral Striatopallidal Compartments
    7. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part III. Organization and Functions of the Extended Amygdala
    8. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part IV. Interactions of the Extended Amygdala with Other Brain Regions
    9. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part V. Implications for Drug Abuse
    10. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part VI. Implications for Neuropsychiatry
    11. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part VII. Poster Papers: Anatomy, Chemistry, and Physiology of the Ventral Striatopallidal and Extended Amygdaloid Systems
    12. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part VII. Poster Papers: Functions and Dysfunctions of the Ventral Striatopallidal and Extended Amygdaloid Systems
    13. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part VII. Poster Papers: The Relationship of the Ventral Striatopallidal and Extended Amygdaloid Systems to Drug Abuse
    1. The Intrinsic Organization of the Central Extended Amygdala (pages 217–241)

      MARTIN D. CASSELL, LORIN J. FREEDMAN and CHANGJUN SHI

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb09270.x

    2. The Extended Amygdala and Salt Appetite (pages 258–280)

      ALAN KIM JOHNSON, JOSE de OLMOS, CINTHIA V. PASTUSKOVAS, ANDREA M. ZARDETTO-SMITH and LAURA VIVAS

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb09272.x

    3. Brain and Sexual Behavior (pages 292–308)

      KNUT LARSSON and SVEN AHLENIUS

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb09274.x

  7. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part IV. Interactions of the Extended Amygdala with Other Brain Regions

    1. Top of page
    2. Frontmatter
    3. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse
    4. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part I. Functional Organization of the Ventral Striatopallidal System
    5. Article: Part II. Modulation of Ventral Striatopallidal Compartments
    6. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part II. Modulation of Ventral Striatopallidal Compartments
    7. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part III. Organization and Functions of the Extended Amygdala
    8. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part IV. Interactions of the Extended Amygdala with Other Brain Regions
    9. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part V. Implications for Drug Abuse
    10. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part VI. Implications for Neuropsychiatry
    11. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part VII. Poster Papers: Anatomy, Chemistry, and Physiology of the Ventral Striatopallidal and Extended Amygdaloid Systems
    12. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part VII. Poster Papers: Functions and Dysfunctions of the Ventral Striatopallidal and Extended Amygdaloid Systems
    13. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part VII. Poster Papers: The Relationship of the Ventral Striatopallidal and Extended Amygdaloid Systems to Drug Abuse
    1. Cortical Afferents to the Extended Amygdala (pages 309–338)

      ALEXANDER J. McDONALD, SARA J. SHAMMAH-LAGNADO, CHANGJUN SHI and MICHAEL DAVIS

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb09275.x

    2. The Basal Forebrain Corticopetal System Revisited (pages 339–367)

      L. ZABORSZKY, K. PANG, J. SOMOGYI, Z. NADASDY and I. KALLO

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb09276.x

    3. Associative Processes in Addiction and Reward The Role of Amygdala-Ventral Striatal Subsystems (pages 412–438)

      BARRY J. EVERITT, JOHN A. PARKINSON, MARY C. OLMSTEAD, MERCEDES ARROYO, PATRICIA ROBLEDO and TREVOR W. ROBBINS

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb09280.x

  8. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part V. Implications for Drug Abuse

    1. Top of page
    2. Frontmatter
    3. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse
    4. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part I. Functional Organization of the Ventral Striatopallidal System
    5. Article: Part II. Modulation of Ventral Striatopallidal Compartments
    6. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part II. Modulation of Ventral Striatopallidal Compartments
    7. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part III. Organization and Functions of the Extended Amygdala
    8. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part IV. Interactions of the Extended Amygdala with Other Brain Regions
    9. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part V. Implications for Drug Abuse
    10. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part VI. Implications for Neuropsychiatry
    11. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part VII. Poster Papers: Anatomy, Chemistry, and Physiology of the Ventral Striatopallidal and Extended Amygdaloid Systems
    12. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part VII. Poster Papers: Functions and Dysfunctions of the Ventral Striatopallidal and Extended Amygdaloid Systems
    13. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part VII. Poster Papers: The Relationship of the Ventral Striatopallidal and Extended Amygdaloid Systems to Drug Abuse
    1. Drug Addiction as a Disorder of Associative Learning: Role of Nucleus Accumbens Shell/Extended Amygdala Dopamine (pages 461–485)

      G. DI CHIARA, G. TANDA, V. BASSAREO, F. PONTIERI, E. ACQUAS, S. FENU, C. CADONI and E. CARBONI

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb09283.x

  9. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part VI. Implications for Neuropsychiatry

    1. Top of page
    2. Frontmatter
    3. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse
    4. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part I. Functional Organization of the Ventral Striatopallidal System
    5. Article: Part II. Modulation of Ventral Striatopallidal Compartments
    6. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part II. Modulation of Ventral Striatopallidal Compartments
    7. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part III. Organization and Functions of the Extended Amygdala
    8. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part IV. Interactions of the Extended Amygdala with Other Brain Regions
    9. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part V. Implications for Drug Abuse
    10. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part VI. Implications for Neuropsychiatry
    11. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part VII. Poster Papers: Anatomy, Chemistry, and Physiology of the Ventral Striatopallidal and Extended Amygdaloid Systems
    12. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part VII. Poster Papers: Functions and Dysfunctions of the Ventral Striatopallidal and Extended Amygdaloid Systems
    13. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part VII. Poster Papers: The Relationship of the Ventral Striatopallidal and Extended Amygdaloid Systems to Drug Abuse
    1. Ventromedial Temporal Lobe Pathology in Dementia, Brain Trauma, and Schizophrenia (pages 575–594)

      GARY W. VAN HOESEN, JEAN C. AUGUSTINACK and SARAH J. REDMAN

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb09290.x

  10. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part VII. Poster Papers: Anatomy, Chemistry, and Physiology of the Ventral Striatopallidal and Extended Amygdaloid Systems

    1. Top of page
    2. Frontmatter
    3. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse
    4. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part I. Functional Organization of the Ventral Striatopallidal System
    5. Article: Part II. Modulation of Ventral Striatopallidal Compartments
    6. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part II. Modulation of Ventral Striatopallidal Compartments
    7. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part III. Organization and Functions of the Extended Amygdala
    8. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part IV. Interactions of the Extended Amygdala with Other Brain Regions
    9. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part V. Implications for Drug Abuse
    10. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part VI. Implications for Neuropsychiatry
    11. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part VII. Poster Papers: Anatomy, Chemistry, and Physiology of the Ventral Striatopallidal and Extended Amygdaloid Systems
    12. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part VII. Poster Papers: Functions and Dysfunctions of the Ventral Striatopallidal and Extended Amygdaloid Systems
    13. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part VII. Poster Papers: The Relationship of the Ventral Striatopallidal and Extended Amygdaloid Systems to Drug Abuse
    1. The Ventral Striatum of the Syrian Hamster (pages 661–666)

      LUKE R. JOHNSON and RUTH I. WOOD

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb09296.x

    2. Expression of Enkephalin in Pallido-Striatal Neurons (pages 671–675)

      PIETER VOORN, SERGE VAN, DE WITTE, GUNO TJON and ALLERT JAN JONKER

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb09298.x

    3. Glutamatergic Modulation of Subcortical Motor and Limbic Circuits (pages 684–687)

      DANIEL J. HEALY and JAMES H. MEADOR-WOODRUFF

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb09301.x

    4. Distribution of [3H]Citalopram Binding Sites in the Nonhuman Primate Brain (pages 700–702)

      HILARY R. SMITH, JAMES B. DAUNAIS, MICHAEL A. NADER and LINDA J. PORRINO

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb09305.x

    5. Stimulation of Dopamine Release in the Bed Nucleus of Stria Terminalis: A Trait of Atypical Antipsychotics? (pages 707–710)

      EZIO CARBONI, ALESSANDRA SILVAGNI, MARIA T. P. ROLANDO and GAETANO DI CHIARA

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb09307.x

  11. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part VII. Poster Papers: Functions and Dysfunctions of the Ventral Striatopallidal and Extended Amygdaloid Systems

    1. Top of page
    2. Frontmatter
    3. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse
    4. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part I. Functional Organization of the Ventral Striatopallidal System
    5. Article: Part II. Modulation of Ventral Striatopallidal Compartments
    6. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part II. Modulation of Ventral Striatopallidal Compartments
    7. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part III. Organization and Functions of the Extended Amygdala
    8. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part IV. Interactions of the Extended Amygdala with Other Brain Regions
    9. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part V. Implications for Drug Abuse
    10. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part VI. Implications for Neuropsychiatry
    11. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part VII. Poster Papers: Anatomy, Chemistry, and Physiology of the Ventral Striatopallidal and Extended Amygdaloid Systems
    12. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part VII. Poster Papers: Functions and Dysfunctions of the Ventral Striatopallidal and Extended Amygdaloid Systems
    13. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part VII. Poster Papers: The Relationship of the Ventral Striatopallidal and Extended Amygdaloid Systems to Drug Abuse
    1. Involvement of the Ventral Pallidum in Working Memory Tasks With or Without a Delay (pages 711–716)

      STAN B. FLORESCO, DEANNA N. BRAAKSMA and ANTHONY G. PHILLIPS

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb09308.x

    2. Freezing Behavior in BNST-lesioned Wistar Rats (pages 728–731)

      DANIELA SCHULZ and RESIT CANBEYLI

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb09311.x

    3. A Functional Role for Dopamine Transmission in the Amygdala during Condtioned Fear (pages 732–736)

      FAY A. GUARRACI, RUSSELL J. FROHARDT, STACEY L. YOUNG and BRUCE S. KAPP

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb09312.x

    4. Effect of Amygdala Kindling on Emotional Behavior and Benzodiazepine Receptor Binding in Rats (pages 737–741)

      LISA E. KALYNCHUK, DEBRA M. PEARSON, JOHN P.J. PINEL and MICHAEL J. MEANEY

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb09313.x

    5. Does Chronic Activity-Stress Produce Hippocampal Atrophy and Basal Forebrain Lesions?: A Preliminary Analysis (pages 742–746)

      KELLY G. LAMBERT, PRINCY QUADROS, CATHERINE AURENTZ, CATHERINE LOWRY and CRAIG H. KINSLEY

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb09314.x

    6. Role of the Basolateral Amygdala in Panic Disorder (pages 747–750)

      A. SHEKHAR, T. S. SAJDYK, S. R. KEIM, K. K. YODER and S. K. SANDERS

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb09315.x

    7. Enduring Neurochemical Effects of Early Maternal Separation on Limbic Structures (pages 756–759)

      S. L. ANDERSEN, P. J. LYSS, N. L. DUMONT and M. H. TEICHER

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb09317.x

    8. Prenatal Stress-induced Modifications of Neuronal Nitric Oxide Synthase in Amygdala and Medial Preoptic Area (pages 760–763)

      STEPHEN D. MILLER, ERIC MUELLER, GORDON W. GIFFORD and CRAIG HOWARD KINSLEY

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb09318.x

  12. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part VII. Poster Papers: The Relationship of the Ventral Striatopallidal and Extended Amygdaloid Systems to Drug Abuse

    1. Top of page
    2. Frontmatter
    3. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse
    4. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part I. Functional Organization of the Ventral Striatopallidal System
    5. Article: Part II. Modulation of Ventral Striatopallidal Compartments
    6. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part II. Modulation of Ventral Striatopallidal Compartments
    7. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part III. Organization and Functions of the Extended Amygdala
    8. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part IV. Interactions of the Extended Amygdala with Other Brain Regions
    9. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part V. Implications for Drug Abuse
    10. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part VI. Implications for Neuropsychiatry
    11. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part VII. Poster Papers: Anatomy, Chemistry, and Physiology of the Ventral Striatopallidal and Extended Amygdaloid Systems
    12. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part VII. Poster Papers: Functions and Dysfunctions of the Ventral Striatopallidal and Extended Amygdaloid Systems
    13. Advancing from the Ventral Striatum to the Extended Amygdalaa: Implications for Neuropsychiatry and Drug Abuse: Part VII. Poster Papers: The Relationship of the Ventral Striatopallidal and Extended Amygdaloid Systems to Drug Abuse
    1. Phasic Accumbal Firing May Contribute to the Regulation of Drug Taking during Intravenous Cocaine Self-administration Sessions (pages 781–787)

      LAURA L. PEOPLES, ANTHONY J. UZWIAK, FRED GEE, ANTHONY T. FABBRICATORE, KATHRYN J. MUCCINO, BINAIFER D. MOHTA and M.O. WEST

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb09322.x

    2. Cocaine Is Self-administered into the Shell Region of the Nucleus Accumbens in Wistar Rats (pages 788–791)

      D. L. MCKINZIE, Z. A. RODD-HENRICKS, C. T. DAGON, J. M. MURPHY and W. J. MCBRIDE

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb09323.x

    3. Involvement of Acetylcholine in the Nucleus Accumbens in Cocaine Reinforcement (pages 792–795)

      GREGORY P. MARK, ANTHONY E. KINNEY, MICHELE C. GRUBB and ALAN S. KEYS

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb09324.x

    4. Cocaine-seeking Behavior and Fos Expression in the Amygdala Produced by Cocaine or a Cocaine Self-administration Environment (pages 796–799)

      DAVID A. BAKER, RITA A. FUCHS, LY T.L. TRAN-NGUYEN, ART J. PALMER, JOHN F. MARSHALL, RON J. McPHERSON and JANET L. NEISEWANDER

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb09325.x

    5. SPECT following Intravenous Procaine in Cocaine Addiction (pages 807–810)

      BRYON ADINOFF, MICHAEL D. DEVOUS, SUSAN BEST, MARK S. GEORGE, DEANNA ALEXANDER and KELLY PAYNE

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb09328.x

    6. Mesoaccumbens Dopamine and the Self-administration of Amphetamine (pages 820–822)

      DANIEL S. LORRAIN, GRETCHEN M. ARNOLD and PAUL VEZINA

      Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb09330.x

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