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  • 5-HTTLPR polymorphism, mood disorders and MDMA use in a 3-year follow-up study 

    de la Torre, Rafael; Martín-Santos, Rocío; Torrens, M.; Poudevida, Sandra; Langohr, Klaus; Cuyas, Elisabet; Pacifici, Roberta; Farré, Magí; Pichini, Simona (2010-01)
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    A 3-year longitudinal prospective study was conducted to compare the incidence of substance use disorders (SUD) and non-substance use disorders (NSUD) among ecstasy users and two control groups: one of cannabis users and ...
  • Altered brain functional connectivity in relation to perception of scrutiny in social anxiety disorder 

    Gimenez, Monica; Pujol Nuez, Jesus; Ortiz Valencia, Héctor; Soriano-Mas, Carles; López Solà, Marina; Farré, Magí; Deus Yela, Joan; Merlo-Pich, Emilio; Martín-Santos, Rocío (2012-06-30)
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    Although the fear of being scrutinized by others in a social context is a key symptom in social anxiety disorder (SAD), the neural processes underlying the perception of scrutiny have not previously been studied by ...
  • Research Letter: is neuroticism a risk factor for postpartum depression? 

    Mayoral, F; Martín-Santos, Rocío; Gelabert, Estel; Subirà, S.; Gutierrez-Zotes, A; Langohr, Klaus; Jover, M.; Torrens, Marta; Guillamat, R; Vilella, E.; de Frutos, R.; Roca, M.; Guitart, M.; Navinés, Ricard; Gornemann, I.; Costas, J.; Gratacos, Mònica; Iborra, J.L.; Canellas, F; Valdés, M.; García Esteve, L.; Sanjuan, S. (2012-04-16)
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    Although the relationship between personality and depressive illness is complex (Shea, 2005), there is empirical evidence that some personality features such as neuroticism, harm avoidance, introversion, dependency, ...
  • The influence of 5-HTT and COMT genotypes on verbal fluency in ecstasy users 

    Fagundo, Ana B.; Cuyas, Elisabet; Verdejo Garcia, Antonio; Khymenets, Olha; Langohr, Klaus; Martín-Santos, Rocío; Farré, Magí; de la Torre, Rafael (2010-09)
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    Deficits in verbal fluency associated with ecstasy use have been well established; however, the mechanisms underlying this impairment have yet to be elucidated. In this study we investigated for the first time whether there ...