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H A Sackeim, B Luber, G P Katzman, J R Moeller, J Prudic, D P Devanand, M S Nobler. Arch Gen Psychiatry 1996
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Decreased regional brain metabolism after ect.
M S Nobler, M A Oquendo, L S Kegeles, K M Malone, C C Campbell, H A Sackeim, J J Mann. Am J Psychiatry 2001
230
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Regional cerebral blood flow in mood disorders, III. Treatment and clinical response.
M S Nobler, H A Sackeim, I Prohovnik, J R Moeller, S Mukherjee, D B Schnur, J Prudic, D P Devanand. Arch Gen Psychiatry 1994
193
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Effects of stimulus intensity and electrode placement on the efficacy and cognitive effects of electroconvulsive therapy.
H A Sackeim, J Prudic, D P Devanand, J E Kiersky, L Fitzsimons, B J Moody, M C McElhiney, E A Coleman, J M Settembrino. N Engl J Med 1993
689
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A prospective, randomized, double-blind comparison of bilateral and right unilateral electroconvulsive therapy at different stimulus intensities.
H A Sackeim, J Prudic, D P Devanand, M S Nobler, S H Lisanby, S Peyser, L Fitzsimons, B J Moody, J Clark. Arch Gen Psychiatry 2000
528
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EEG manifestations during ECT: effects of electrode placement and stimulus intensity.
M S Nobler, H A Sackeim, M Solomou, B Luber, D P Devanand, J Prudic. Biol Psychiatry 1993
156
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Electrophysiological correlates of the adverse cognitive effects of electroconvulsive therapy.
H A Sackeim, B Luber, J R Moeller, J Prudic, D P Devanand, M S Nobler. J ECT 2000
65
33

Seizure expression during electroconvulsive therapy: relationships with clinical outcome and cognitive side effects.
Tarique D Perera, Bruce Luber, Mitchell S Nobler, Joan Prudic, Christopher Anderson, Harold A Sackeim. Neuropsychopharmacology 2004
104
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The ictal EEG as a marker of adequate stimulus intensity with unilateral ECT.
A D Krystal, R D Weiner, C E Coffey. J Neuropsychiatry Clin Neurosci 1995
102
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Effects of pulse width and electrode placement on the efficacy and cognitive effects of electroconvulsive therapy.
Harold A Sackeim, Joan Prudic, Mitchell S Nobler, Linda Fitzsimons, Sarah H Lisanby, Nancy Payne, Robert M Berman, Eva-Lotta Brakemeier, Tarique Perera, D P Devanand. Brain Stimul 2008
329
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Quantitative EEG during seizures induced by electroconvulsive therapy: relations to treatment modality and clinical features. II. Topographic analyses.
B Luber, M S Nobler, J R Moeller, G P Katzman, J Prudic, D P Devanand, G S Dichter, H A Sackeim. J ECT 2000
46
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Effects of electrode placement on the efficacy of titrated, low-dose ECT.
H A Sackeim, P Decina, M Kanzler, B Kerr, S Malitz. Am J Psychiatry 1987
222
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Quantitative EEG during seizures induced by electroconvulsive therapy: relations to treatment modality and clinical features. I. Global analyses.
M S Nobler, B Luber, J R Moeller, G P Katzman, J Prudic, D P Devanand, G S Dichter, H A Sackeim. J ECT 2000
60
20

Predictors of retrograde amnesia following ECT.
C Sobin, H A Sackeim, J Prudic, D P Devanand, B J Moody, M C McElhiney. Am J Psychiatry 1995
178
12

Electroconvulsive therapy for depression.
Sarah H Lisanby. N Engl J Med 2007
286
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Is postictal electrical silence a predictor of response to electroconvulsive therapy?
T Suppes, A Webb, T Carmody, E Gordon, R Gutierrez-Esteinou, J I Hudson, H G Pope. J Affect Disord 1996
73
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Physical properties and quantification of the ECT stimulus: I. Basic principles.
H A Sackeim, J Long, B Luber, J R Moeller, I Prohovnik, D P Devanand, M S Nobler. Convuls Ther 1994
84
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Effects of stimulus parameters on cognitive side effects.
R D Weiner, H J Rogers, J R Davidson, L R Squire. Ann N Y Acad Sci 1986
183
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The effects of ECT stimulus dose and electrode placement on the ictal electroencephalogram: an intraindividual crossover study.
A D Krystal, R D Weiner, W V McCall, F E Shelp, R Arias, P Smith. Biol Psychiatry 1993
88
11

Magnetic seizure therapy of major depression.
S H Lisanby, T E Schlaepfer, H U Fisch, H A Sackeim. Arch Gen Psychiatry 2001
107
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The effects of electroconvulsive therapy on memory of autobiographical and public events.
S H Lisanby, J H Maddox, J Prudic, D P Devanand, H A Sackeim. Arch Gen Psychiatry 2000
183
10

Anticonvulsant and antidepressant properties of electroconvulsive therapy: a proposed mechanism of action.
H A Sackeim, P Decina, I Prohovnik, S Malitz, S R Resor. Biol Psychiatry 1983
184
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Determinants of seizure threshold in ECT: benzodiazepine use, anesthetic dosage, and other factors.
L S Boylan, R F Haskett, B H Mulsant, R M Greenberg, J Prudic, K Spicknall, S H Lisanby, H A Sackeim. J ECT 2000
90
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The cognitive effects of electroconvulsive therapy in community settings.
Harold A Sackeim, Joan Prudic, Rice Fuller, John Keilp, Philip W Lavori, Mark Olfson. Neuropsychopharmacology 2007
305
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mTOR-dependent synapse formation underlies the rapid antidepressant effects of NMDA antagonists.
Nanxin Li, Boyoung Lee, Rong-Jian Liu, Mounira Banasr, Jason M Dwyer, Masaaki Iwata, Xiao-Yuan Li, George Aghajanian, Ronald S Duman. Science 2010
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Increased neurogenesis in a model of electroconvulsive therapy.
T M Madsen, A Treschow, J Bengzon, T G Bolwig, O Lindvall, A Tingström. Biol Psychiatry 2000
548
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Comparison of bifrontal and bitemporal ECT for major depression.
S H Bailine, A Rifkin, E Kayne, J A Selzer, J Vital-Herne, M Blieka, S Pollack. Am J Psychiatry 2000
105
9

Studies of dosage, seizure threshold, and seizure duration in ECT.
H A Sackeim, P Decina, S Portnoy, P Neeley, S Malitz. Biol Psychiatry 1987
179
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Randomized controlled trial of the cognitive side-effects of magnetic seizure therapy (MST) and electroconvulsive shock (ECS).
Tammy D Moscrip, Herbert S Terrace, Harold A Sackeim, Sarah H Lisanby. Int J Neuropsychopharmacol 2006
79
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NMDA receptor blockade at rest triggers rapid behavioural antidepressant responses.
Anita E Autry, Megumi Adachi, Elena Nosyreva, Elisa S Na, Maarten F Los, Peng-fei Cheng, Ege T Kavalali, Lisa M Monteggia. Nature 2011
9

Antidepressant effects of ketamine in depressed patients.
R M Berman, A Cappiello, A Anand, D A Oren, G R Heninger, D S Charney, J H Krystal. Biol Psychiatry 2000
9

A feasibility study of a new method for electrically producing seizures in man: focal electrically administered seizure therapy [FEAST].
Ziad Nahas, Baron Short, Carol Burns, Melanie Archer, Matthew Schmidt, Joan Prudic, Mitchell S Nobler, D P Devanand, Linda Fitzsimons, Sarah H Lisanby,[...]. Brain Stimul 2013
44
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What does the electroencephalogram tell us about the mechanisms of action of ECT in major depressive disorders?
Faranak Farzan, Nash N Boutros, Daniel M Blumberger, Zafiris J Daskalakis. J ECT 2014
29
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Therapeutic advantage of bifrontal electrode placement in ECT.
F J Letemendia, N J Delva, M Rodenburg, J S Lawson, J Inglis, J J Waldron, D W Lywood. Psychol Med 1993
100
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Right unilateral and bifrontal electroconvulsive therapy in the treatment of depression: a preliminary study.
Pertti Heikman, Hely Kalska, Heikki Katila, Seppo Sarna, Arja Tuunainen, Kimmo Kuoppasalmi. J ECT 2002
33
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Antidepressant-induced neurogenesis in the hippocampus of adult nonhuman primates.
Tarique D Perera, Jeremy D Coplan, Sarah H Lisanby, Cecilia M Lipira, Mohamed Arif, Cristina Carpio, Gila Spitzer, Luca Santarelli, Bruce Scharf, Rene Hen,[...]. J Neurosci 2007
319
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TMS-induced cortical potentiation during wakefulness locally increases slow wave activity during sleep.
Reto Huber, Steve K Esser, Fabio Ferrarelli, Marcello Massimini, Michael J Peterson, Giulio Tononi. PLoS One 2007
166
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Concomitant BDNF and sleep slow wave changes indicate ketamine-induced plasticity in major depressive disorder.
Wallace C Duncan, Simone Sarasso, Fabio Ferrarelli, Jessica Selter, Brady A Riedner, Nadia S Hejazi, Peixiong Yuan, Nancy Brutsche, Husseini K Manji, Giulio Tononi,[...]. Int J Neuropsychopharmacol 2013
135
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Electroconvulsive therapy reduces frontal cortical connectivity in severe depressive disorder.
Jennifer S Perrin, Susanne Merz, Daniel M Bennett, James Currie, Douglas J Steele, Ian C Reid, Christian Schwarzbauer. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2012
153
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