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  • Adapting Coercion: How Three Industrialized Nations Manufacture Vaccination Compliance. [Journal Article]
    J Health Polit Policy Law 2019McCoy CA
  • CONCLUSIONS: This research shows that vaccination policy is not just created top-down by the state, but through an ongoing interactive process with citizens and civil society. Furthermore, as vaccination is a "wicked problem" that faces ongoing civil society resistance, states will need to perpetually adapt the coerciveness of their policies into the foreseeable future.
  • Neurobiology of Opioid Addiction: Opponent Process, Hyperkatifeia, and Negative Reinforcement. [Review]
    Biol Psychiatry 2019Koob GF
  • Opioids are powerful drugs that usurp and overpower the reward function of endogenous opioids and engage dramatic tolerance and withdrawal via molecular and neurocircuitry neuroadaptations within the same reward system. However, they also engage the brain systems for stress and pain (somatic and emotional) while producing hyperalgesia and hyperkatifeia, which drive pronounced drug-seeking behavio…
  • Aggressive symptoms in children with tic disorders. [Journal Article]
    Eur Child Adolesc Psychiatry 2019Benaroya-Milshtein N, Shmuel-Baruch S, … Steinberg T
  • Episodes of explosive anger and aggression are reported in patients with tic disorders and probably contribute to psychosocial stress and low quality of life. The source of these symptoms is controversial. The objective of the study was to study the relationship between tic disorders, their associated comorbidities, and aggressive behavior. The cohort included 47 children and adolescents (age 7-1…
  • Hypothesis: Compulsive hoarding as an atavism. [Journal Article]
    Med Hypotheses 2019; 130:109273Miguel SRPS, Ligabue-Braun R
  • In this hypothesis paper, we propose that hoarding disorder may be an ancestral mammalian behavior, possibly hard-wired but dormant in present-day humans, that can be activated by traumatic experiences. To support this claim, we describe hoarding in ancestral mammals and provide examples of recurrence of traits, or atavisms, in humans and other mammals, highlighting its implications for neuropsyc…
  • Conceptualizing and managing risk in pediatric OCD: Case examples. [Journal Article]
    Bull Menninger Clin 2019; :1-18Lewis A, Stokes C, … Krebs G
  • It is not uncommon for patients with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) to present with symptoms that suggest possible risk. This can include apparent risk, which reflects the content of obsessional fears, and genuine risk arising as the unintended consequence of compulsive behaviors. In both situations, risk can cause confusion in relation to diagnosis and treatment. The current article adds to…
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