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2007Repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation for the treatment of obsessive compulsive disorder: a double-blind controlled investigationMalhi, Gin; Loo, Colleen K.; McFarquhar, Tara F; Mitchell, Philip B.; Sachdev, Perminder S; Psychological MedicineRepetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation for the treatment of obsessive compulsive disorder: a double-blind controlled investigation, Psychological Medicine, 2005, vol.37,(11),2007,pp 1645-1649
2006Serotonin transporter gene status predicts caudate nucleus but not amygdala or hippocampal volumes in older persons with major depression.Hickie, Ian; Naismith, Sharon; Scott, Elizabeth; Mitchell, Philip B.; Parker, Gordon; Schofield, Peter R.; Scimone, Anne; Ward, Philip B.; Wilhelm, Kay; Central Clinical School: Brain & Mind Research Institute; School of Medical Sciences: School of Medical Sciences; Central Clinical School: Brain & Mind Research InstituteSerotonin transporter gene status predicts caudate nucleus but not amygdala or hippocampal volumes in older persons with major depression., Journal of Affective Disorders (2005), vol.98,(1-2),2006,pp 137-142
2003Use of antidepressants by general practitioners and psychiatrists in AustraliaBritt, Helena; Dudley, John; Mant, Andrea; McManus, Peter; Mitchell, Philip B.; School of Public Health: Public HealthUse of antidepressants by general practitioners and psychiatrists in Australia, Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, vol.37,(2),2003,pp 184-189
2005Vascular risk and low serum B12 predict white matter lesions in patients with major depressionHickie, Ian; Naismith, Sharon; Scott, Elizabeth; Mitchell, Philip B.; Parker, Gordon; Ward, Philip B.; Wilhelm, Kay; Central Clinical School: Brain & Mind Research Institute; School of Medical Sciences: School of Medical Sciences; Central Clinical School: Brain & Mind Research InstituteVascular risk and low serum B12 predict white matter lesions in patients with major depression, Journal of Affective Disorders (2005), vol.85,(3),2005,pp 327-332