Yale Psychiatry "compensating" 
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 Yale Psychiatry "compensating"

(Similar to the effects of Ritalin- the {*filter*} cause
the disorder, or "rebound effect")

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J Psychiatr Res. 2005 May;39(3):295-302. Related Articles, Links

Cortical excitability in {*filter*}-dependent patients: a replication and
extension of TMS findings.

Boutros NN, Lisanby SH, McClain-Furmanski D, Oliwa G, Gooding D, Kosten
TR.

Department of Psychiatry, c/o VA-Connecticut Healthcare System, Yale
University School of Medicine, 950 Campbell Avenue, 116A West Haven, CT
06516, USA.

Cortical excitability can be assessed by transcranial magnetic
stimulation (TMS). Previously we observed that TMS motor threshold (MT)
was elevated in abstinent {*filter*}-dependent subjects. In the current
study we aimed at replicating our initial finding, exploring other
TMS-based measures of excitability, and examining association with
personality characteristics. Nine{*filter*} {*filter*}-dependent and 12 healthy
control subjects were examined. Resting and activated motor thresholds
(RMT and AMT) and duration of the cortical silent period (CSP) were
examined. The {*filter*} Experience Questionnaire (CEQ) was administered
to assess {*filter*}-induced psychotic symptoms. The relationship between
Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory (MMPI) scales and cortical
excitability measures was also examined. AMT was significantly elevated
in {*filter*}-dependent subjects on both hemispheres. RMT was also
significantly elevated on the right hemisphere. No CSP changes were
noted. Patients with {*filter*}-induced paranoia had longer CSPs on the
right hemisphere compared to subjects reporting no paranoid
experiences. The patients displayed significantly elevated scores on
several MMPI scales, though the scale scores did not correlate with
cortical excitability measures. These data support our initial finding
of decreased cortical excitability in abstinent {*filter*}-dependent
subjects. We interpret this finding as a compensatory mechanism against
the stimulating and epileptogenic effects of {*filter*}.

PMID: 15725428 [PubMed - in process]

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Tue, 11 Sep 2007 09:12:46 GMT
 Yale Psychiatry "compensating"


Quote:
> (Similar to the effects of Ritalin- the {*filter*} cause
> the disorder, or "rebound effect")

take it elsewhere k, your brain is drying up and you can no longer associate
fact with fiction.


Tue, 11 Sep 2007 12:26:59 GMT
 Yale Psychiatry "compensating"

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> > (Similar to the effects of Ritalin- the {*filter*} cause
> > the disorder, or "rebound effect")

> take it elsewhere k, your brain is drying up and you can no longer
associate
> fact with fiction.

Right, and Columbine didn't happen (Luvox)
and Red Lake didn't happen (Prozac).

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Wed, 12 Sep 2007 18:48:46 GMT
 Yale Psychiatry "compensating"


Quote:



>> > (Similar to the effects of Ritalin- the {*filter*} cause
>> > the disorder, or "rebound effect")

>> take it elsewhere k, your brain is drying up and you can no longer
associate
>> fact with fiction.

>Right, and Columbine didn't happen (Luvox)
>and Red Lake didn't happen (Prozac).

The point being, moron, is that you keep cross posting this {*filter*}to news
groups that have absolutely no interest in it.  Feel free to go crazy as
often and in any way you like, just don't cross post it to that part of the
world that does not give a dam about it.  Lyme is a disease that is SO
SMALL, SO LIMITED, that the pharmaceutical companies no longer make
medications for it.  Catch something like Ebola and you might find some
support in other news groups, but not with Lyme.

Get the point Kathleen{*filter*}son, and keep it to the "sci.med.diseases.lyme"
news group.  CPS has nothing to do with it, nor do we who frequent the ascps
news group care about it.

Ron



Sat, 15 Sep 2007 09:03:40 GMT
 Yale Psychiatry "compensating"

Quote:






> >> > (Similar to the effects of Ritalin- the {*filter*} cause
> >> > the disorder, or "rebound effect")

> >> take it elsewhere k, your brain is drying up and you can no longer
> associate
> >> fact with fiction.

> >Right, and Columbine didn't happen (Luvox)
> >and Red Lake didn't happen (Prozac).

> The point being, moron, is that you keep cross posting this {*filter*}to
news
> groups that have absolutely no interest in it.  Feel free to go crazy
as
> often and in any way you like,

Do you think anything is stopping her?

Of course, she's about to be arrested AGAIN for violating the terms of
her release and committing the same offenses that got her in trouble in
the first place.

Quote:
>just don't cross post it to that part of the
> world that does not give a dam about it.  Lyme is a disease that is
SO
> SMALL, SO LIMITED, that the pharmaceutical companies no longer make
> medications for it.

Lyme is treated with antibiotics. FYI they still make antibiotics.

Quote:
>  Catch something like Ebola and you might find some
> support in other news groups, but not with Lyme.

Why? Ebola affects a very few people every decade. There are at least a
quarter million cases of Lyme annually, probably significantly more.

You would be lucky to avoid it.

Good luck!

Quote:
> Get the point Kathleen{*filter*}son, and keep it to the

"sci.med.diseases.lyme"

Quote:
> news group.  CPS has nothing to do with it, nor do we who frequent
the ascps
> news group care about it.

> Ron

We don't want her either. None of what she posts is about Lyme either.


Sat, 15 Sep 2007 07:11:16 GMT
 Yale Psychiatry "compensating"
On Mon, 28 Mar 2005 17:03:40 -0800, "Ron"

Quote:
>  Lyme is a disease that is SO
>SMALL, SO LIMITED, that the pharmaceutical companies no longer make
>medications for it.  

and you are very, very, ignorant.

PS 'Lyme disease': ancient engine of an unrecognized borreliosis
pandemic?



Sat, 15 Sep 2007 10:39:21 GMT
 
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