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Lieberman J. on PAPER: Demjaha A. et al., 2012, This interesting result is consistent with prior work by Abi-Dargham and Laruelle, and with... 9 Oct 2012. 

Lieberman J. on PAPER: Green MF. et al., 2011, The NIMH MATRICS Initiative has forged an important path for the development and approval of... 22 Mar 2011. 

Lieberman J. on PAPER: Ho BC. et al., 2011, The report by Ho et al. and commentary by Lewis illustrate the complexity of disentangling... 14 Feb 2011. 

Lieberman J. on PAPER: Feyder M. et al., 2010, This study is a good example of the synergy between human genetic studies and transgenic... 28 Dec 2010. 

Lieberman J. on ONLINE DISCUSSION: Antipsychotic Dosing: How Much, But Also How Often?, “No thing is without poison. The dosage makes it either a poison or a... 28 Oct 2010. 

Lieberman J, Freyberg Z, Urizar E, Moore H, Javitch J. on NEWS: An Arrestin Development: Antipsychotic Drugs Hit Dopamine Signaling in New Way, Reevaluation of the dopamine D2 receptor in the treatment of schizophrenia:... 30 Dec 2008. 

Lieberman J. on WHAT WE KNOW: The extent of patients' cognitive deficits generally predicts functioning in work, social interactions, and independent living perhaps even more than symptom expression., This effort to distill thousands of published reports of research studies into residues of... 19 Dec 2007. 

Lieberman J. on PAPER: Gothelf D. et al., 2005, Isn't the association of the low-activity COMT allele with development of psychotic symptoms... 6 Nov 2005. 

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