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A poster connecting Thought-Action-Mood with genetics

The poster I presented at the IRBD 2011 Conference discussed Kathrin Askland's & M. Parson's biaxial model of bipolar disorder embedding it in models of temperament and the THOUGHT/ACTION-Mood Model. The discussion predicted, that genes governing ion channels would be more influential in neural networks of the "parietal movement lobes", than in those of the "symbolic frontal lobes"; and vice versa those governing receptors - whatever that might mean....
The poster - following the proposal from a kind colleague down under - can be accessed with the revolutionary technology of www.prezi.com, which can deal which such products!


http://prezi.com/kosqybvz8aqx/cyclical-thought-action-mood-model-of-mixed-bipolar-disorders-from-kraepelins-fig228-to-asklands-biaxial-model/




Lit.:

J Affect Disord. 2006 Aug;94(1-3):15-33.

Toward a biaxial model of "bipolar" affective disorders: spectrum phenotypes as the products of neuroelectrical and neurochemical alterations.

 

 

J Affect Disord. 2006 Aug;94(1-3):35-66.

Toward a biaxial model of "bipolar" affective disorders: further exploration of genetic, molecular and cellular substrates.

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