Laurie B. Geffen, M.D.

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University of Queensland, Saint Lucia, Queensland, Australia 
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Hansell NK, Wright MJ, Geffen GM, et al. (2004) Genetic influence on cognitive processes associated with distraction: An event-related potential study of the slow wave Australian Journal of Psychology. 56: 89-98
Cameron AM, Geffen GM, Kavanagh DJ, et al. (2003) Event-related potential correlates of impaired visuospatial working memory in schizophrenia. Psychophysiology. 40: 702-15
Cameron AM, Oram J, Geffen GM, et al. (2002) Working memory correlates of three symptom clusters in schizophrenia. Psychiatry Research. 110: 49-61
Luciano M, Wright M, Smith GA, et al. (2001) Genetic covariance among measures of information processing speed, working memory, and IQ. Behavior Genetics. 31: 581-92
Gai WP, Geffen LB, Denoroy L, et al. (1993) Loss of C1 and C3 epinephrine-synthesizing neurons in the medulla oblongata in Parkinson's disease. Annals of Neurology. 33: 357-67
Gai WP, Blumbergs PC, Geffen LB, et al. (1993) Galanin-containing fibers innervate substance P-containing neurons in the pedunculopontine tegmental nucleus in humans. Brain Research. 618: 135-41
Gai WP, Blumbergs PC, Geffen LB, et al. (1992) Age-related loss of dorsal vagal neurons in Parkinson's disease. Neurology. 42: 2106-11
Baker KG, Halliday GM, Halasz P, et al. (1991) Cytoarchitecture of serotonin-synthesizing neurons in the pontine tegmentum of the human brain. Synapse (New York, N.Y.). 7: 301-20
Baker KG, Halliday GM, Hornung JP, et al. (1991) Distribution, morphology and number of monoamine-synthesizing and substance P-containing neurons in the human dorsal raphe nucleus. Neuroscience. 42: 757-75
Gai WP, Halliday GM, Blumbergs PC, et al. (1991) Substance P-containing neurons in the mesopontine tegmentum are severely affected in Parkinson's disease. Brain : a Journal of Neurology. 114: 2253-67
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