Monte Buchsbaum
Monte Buchsbaum
University of California, San Diego
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White matter changes in schizophrenia: evidence for myelin-related dysfunction
KL Davis, DG Stewart, JI Friedman, M Buchsbaum, PD Harvey, PR Hof, ...
Archives of general psychiatry 60 (5), 443-456, 2003
Cortical glucose metabolic rate correlates of abstract reasoning and attention studied with positron emission tomography
RJ Haier, BV Siegel Jr, KH Nuechterlein, E Hazlett, JC Wu, J Paek, ...
Intelligence 12 (2), 199-217, 1988
Reduced prefrontal and increased subcortical brain functioning assessed using positron emission tomography in predatory and affective murderers
A Raine, JR Meloy, S Bihrle, J Stoddard, L LaCasse, MS Buchsbaum
Biosocial Theories of Crime, 479-492, 2017
Brain abnormalities in murderers indicated by positron emission tomography
A Raine, M Buchsbaum, L LaCasse
Biological psychiatry 42 (6), 495-508, 1997
Cerebral glucography with positron tomography: Use in normal subjects and in patients with schizophrenia
MS Buchsbaum, DH Ingvar, R Kessler, RN Waters, J Cappelletti, ...
Archives of General Psychiatry 39 (3), 251-259, 1982
Regional glucose metabolic changes after learning a complex visuospatial/motor task: a positron emission tomographic study
RJ Haier, BV Siegel Jr, A MacLachlan, E Soderling, S Lottenberg, ...
Brain research 570 (1-2), 134-143, 1992
Sensation seeking and its biological correlates.
M Zuckerman, MS Buchsbaum, DL Murphy
Psychological Bulletin 88 (1), 187, 1980
Dextroamphetamine: Its cognitive and behavioral effects in normal and hyperactive boys and normal men
JL Rapoport, MS Buchsbaum, H Weingartner, TP Zahn, C Ludlow, ...
Archives of general psychiatry 37 (8), 933-943, 1980
Intelligence and changes in regional cerebral glucose metabolic rate following learning
RJ Haier, B Siegel, C Tang, L Abel, MS Buchsbaum
Intelligence 16 (3-4), 415-426, 1992
Limbic circuitry in patients with autism spectrum disorders studied with positron emission tomography and magnetic resonance imaging
MM Haznedar, MS Buchsbaum, TC Wei, PR Hof, C Cartwright, ...
American Journal of Psychiatry 157 (12), 1994-2001, 2000
Selective reductions in prefrontal glucose metabolism in murderers
A Raine, MS Buchsbaum, J Stanley, S Lottenberg, L Abel, J Stoddard
Biological psychiatry 36 (6), 365-373, 1994
Dextroamphetamine: Cognitive and behavioral effects in normal prepubertal boys
JL Rapoport, MS Buchsbaum, TP Zahn, H Weingartner, C Ludlow, ...
Science 199 (4328), 560-563, 1978
The biochemical high-risk paradigm: Behavioral and familial correlates of low platelet monoamine oxidase activity
MS Buchsbaum, RD Coursey, DL Murphy
Science 194 (4262), 339-341, 1976
Striatal volume on magnetic resonance imaging and repetitive behaviors in autism
E Hollander, E Anagnostou, W Chaplin, K Esposito, MM Haznedar, ...
Biological psychiatry 58 (3), 226-232, 2005
Positron emission tomographic measurements of pulvinar activity during an attention task
D LaBerge, MS Buchsbaum
Journal of neuroscience 10 (2), 613-619, 1990
Frontal cortex and basal ganglia metabolic rates assessed by positron emission tomography with [18F] 2-deoxyglucose in affective illness
MS Buchsbaum, J Wu, LE DeLisi, H Holcomb, R Kessler, J Johnson, ...
Journal of affective disorders 10 (2), 137-152, 1986
Anteroposterior gradients in cerebral glucose use in schizophrenia and affective disorders
MS Buchsbaum, LE DeLisi, HH Holcomb, J Cappelletti, AC King, ...
Archives of General Psychiatry 41 (12), 1159-1166, 1984
Stimulus intensity control and the cortical evoked response
M Buchsbaum, J Silverman
Psychosomatic Medicine 30 (1), 12-22, 1968
MRI white matter diffusion anisotropy and PET metabolic rate in schizophrenia
MS Buchsbaum, CY Tang, S Peled, H Gudbjartsson, D Lu, EA Hazlett, ...
Neuroreport 9 (3), 425-430, 1998
Frontostriatal disorder of cerebral metabolism in never-medicated schizophrenics
MS Buchsbaum, RJ Haier, SG Potkin, K Nuechterlein, HS Bracha, M Katz, ...
Archives of general psychiatry 49 (12), 935-942, 1992
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