Stephen I. Deutsch
Stephen I. Deutsch
Professor of Psychiatry, Eastern Virginia Medical School
Verified email at evms.edu
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A “glutamatergic hypothesis” of schizophrenia: rationale for pharmacotherapy with glycine
SI Deutsch, J Mastropaolo, BL Schwartz, RB Rosse, JM Morihisa
Clinical neuropharmacology 12 (1), 1-13, 1989
3391989
Stress-induced behavioral depression in the rat is associated with a decrease in GABA receptor-mediated chloride ion flux and brain benzodiazepine receptor occupancy
RC Drugan, AL Morrow, R Weizman, A Weizman, SI Deutsch, JN Crawley, ...
Brain research 487 (1), 45-51, 1989
1981989
A revised excitotoxic hypothesis of schizophrenia: therapeutic implications
SI Deutsch, RB Rosse, BL Schwartz, J Mastropaolo
Clinical neuropharmacology 24 (1), 43-49, 2001
1852001
d-Cycloserine enhances implicit memory in Alzheimer patients
BL Schwartz, S Hashtroudi, RL Herting, P Schwartz, SI Deutsch
Neurology 46 (2), 420-424, 1996
1681996
Repeated swim stress alters brain benzodiazepine receptors measured in vivo.
R Weizman, A Weizman, KA Kook, F Vocci, SI Deutsch, SM Paul
Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics 249 (3), 701-707, 1989
1511989
Glycine adjuvant therapy to conventional neuroleptic treatment in schizophrenia: an open-label, pilot study.
RB Rosse, SK Theut, M Banay-Schwartz, M Leighton, E Scarcella, ...
Clinical neuropharmacology 12 (5), 416-424, 1989
1421989
Molecular, functional and biochemical characteristics of the dopamine transporter: regional differences and clinical relevance.
A Hitri, YL Hurd, RJ Wyatt, SI Deutsch
Clinical neuropharmacology, 1994
1341994
Caregiver's anticipatory grief in dementia: A pilot study
SK Theut, L Jordan, LA Ross, SI Deutsch
The International Journal of Aging and Human Development 33 (2), 113-118, 1991
1311991
Rapid increase in brain benzodiazepine receptor binding following defeat stress in mice
LG Miller, ML Thompson, DJ Greenblatt, SI Deutsch, RI Shader, SM Paul
Brain research 414 (2), 395-400, 1987
1241987
Memory for temporal order in schizophrenia
BL Schwartz, LH Deutsch, C Cohen, D Warden, SI Deutsch
Biological Psychiatry 29 (4), 329-339, 1991
1161991
The sigma receptor: a novel site implicated in psychosis and antipsychotic drug efficacy
SI Deutsch, A Weizman, ME Goldman, JM Morihisa
Clinical neuropharmacology 11 (2), 105-119, 1988
1121988
Phenomenologic comparison of the idiopathic psychosis of schizophrenia and drug-induced cocaine and phencyclidine psychoses: a retrospective study.
RB Rosse, JP Collins, M Fay-McCarthy, TN Alim, RJ Wyatt, SI Deutsch
Clinical neuropharmacology, 1994
1051994
GABA-active steroids: endogenous modulators of GABA-gated chloride ion conductance.
SI Deutsch, J Mastropaolo, A Hitri
Clinical neuropharmacology, 1992
1041992
The effects of adenosine A3 receptor stimulation on seizures in mice
DKJE Von Lubitz, MF Carter, SI Deutsch, RCS Lin, J Mastropaolo, ...
European journal of pharmacology 275 (1), 23-29, 1995
1021995
Cholinergic abnormalities in autism: is there a rationale for selective nicotinic agonist interventions?
SI Deutsch, MR Urbano, SA Neumann, JA Burket, E Katz
Clinical neuropharmacology 33 (3), 114-120, 2010
1002010
Fluoxetine's effects on cognitive performance in patients with traumatic brain injury
SA Horsfield, RB Rosse, V Tomasino, BL Schwartz, J Mastropaolo, ...
The International Journal of Psychiatry in Medicine 32 (4), 337-344, 2002
1002002
Rationale for the administration of opiate antagonists in treating infantile autism.
SI Deutsch
American Journal of Mental Deficiency, 1986
991986
Correlation between antisaccade and Wisconsin Card Sorting Test performance in schizophrenia.
RB Rosse, BL Schwartz, SY Kim, SI Deutsch
The American journal of psychiatry, 1993
981993
Gaze discrimination in patients with schizophrenia: preliminary report.
RB Rosse, K Kendrick, RJ Wyatt, A Isaac, SI Deutsch
The American journal of psychiatry, 1994
961994
Glycine prodrug facilitates memory retrieval in humans
BL Schwartz, S Hashtroudi, RL Herting, H Handerson, SI Deutsch
Neurology 41 (9), 1341-1341, 1991
931991
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