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Neuropsychiatry Journal intends to publish peer-reviewed articles addressing neuropsychiatric disorders in particular by increasing, integrating, and disseminating knowledge of researchers, clinicians, and educators in major subjects such as clinical neuropsychiatry, cognitive neuropsychiatry, neuroimaging, neuropsychology of mental illness, behavioral neurology, neuropsychology and the cognitive neurosciences. The journal features original articles, concisely written clinical and research reports, perspectives on emerging trends in the field, and classic pieces from the field 's rich history.

It includes psychiatric difficulties and co-existing neurological conditions including: demyelinating diseases, encephalitis, movement disorders, neurodegenerative disorders, seizures, stroke, and traumatic brain injury. Such conditions may be associated with psychological or behavioral symptoms such as aggression, mania, anxiety, obsessions, compulsions, psychosis, depression and self-injurious behaviors.

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Released First Special Issue - 2017: Epilepsy and Associated Comorbidities

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Recently Published Papers

Different Patterns of Glucose Hypometabolism Underlie Functional Decline in Frontotemporal Dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease: FDG-PET Study

Author(s): Mina Fukai, Tetsu Hirosawa, Mitsuru Kikuchi, Shoryoku Hino, Tatsuru Kitamura, Yasuomi Ouchi, Masamichi Yokokura, Etsuji Yoshikawa, Tomoyasu Bunai, Yoshio Minabe

Abstract Objective: Functional decline in daily life is a common difficulty among patients with dementia. Nevertheless, little is known about the neural correlates of functional decline. We..