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        In this Issue-February 1st

        251 A brief summary of the articles appearing in this issue of Biological Psychiatry.

        Commentary

        253 Impulsivity, Compulsivity, and Habit: The Role of Orbitofrontal Cortex Revisited
        Mary M. Torregrossa, Jennifer J. Quinn, and Jane R. Taylor

        Review

        256 The Role of Orbitofrontal Cortex in Drug Addiction: A Review of Preclinical Studies
        Geoffrey Schoenbaum and Yavin Shaham

        Original Articles

        263 Exogenous Testosterone Enhances Responsiveness to Social Threat in the Neural Circuitry of Social Aggression in Humans
        Erno J. Hermans, Nick F. Ramsey, and Jack van Honk
        271 The Effect of Neurokinin1 Receptor Blockade on Territorial Aggression and in a Model of Violent Aggression
        Jozsef Halasz, Mate Toth, Eva Mikics, Erik Hrabovszky, Boglarka Barsy, Beata Barsvari, and Jozsef Haller
        279 Fear Conditioning and Affective Modulation of the Startle Reflex in Male Adolescents with Early-Onset or Adolescence-Onset Conduct Disorder and Healthy Control Subjects
        Graeme Fairchild, Stephanie H. Van Goozen, Sarah J. Stollery, and Ian M. Goodyer
        286 Involvement of κ-Opioid and Endocannabinoid System on Salvinorin A-Induced Reward
        Daniela Braida, Valeria Limonta, Valeria Capurro, Paola Fadda, Tiziana Rubino, Paola Mascia, Alessia Zani, Enzo Gori, Walter Fratta, Daniela Parolaro, and Mariaelvina Sala
        293 Knowing When to Stop: The Brain Mechanisms of Chasing Losses
        Daniel K. Campbell-Meiklejohn, Mark W. Woolrich, Richard E. Passingham, and Robert D. Rogers
        301 Impulsive Choice and Impulsive Action Predict Vulnerability to Distinct Stages of Nicotine Seeking in Rats
        Leontien Diergaarde, Tommy Pattij, Ingmar Poortvliet, François Hogenboom, Wendy de Vries, Anton N.M. Schoffelmeer, and Taco J. De Vries
        309 Antidepressant Treatment Can Normalize Adult Behavioral Deficits Induced by Early-Life Exposure to Methylphenidate
        Carlos A. Bolaños, Matthew D. Willey, Melissa L. Maffeo, Kyle D. Powers, Daniel W. Kinka, Katie B. Grausam,and Ross P. Henderson
        317 Moderate Level Fetal Alcohol Exposure and Serotonin Transporter Gene Promoter Polymorphism Affect Neonatal Temperament and Limbic-Hypothalamic-Pituitary-Adrenal Axis Regulation in Monkeys
        Gary W. Kraemer, Colleen F. Moore, Timothy K. Newman, Christina S. Barr, and Mary L. Schneider
        325 Low Blood Lead Levels Associated with Clinically Diagnosed Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder and Mediated by Weak Cognitive Control
        Joel T. Nigg, G. Mark Knottnerus, Michelle M. Martel, Molly Nikolas, Kevin Cavanagh, Wilfried Karmaus,and Marsha D. Rappley
        332 Cingulate-Precuneus Interactions: A New Locus of Dysfunction in Adult Attention-Deficit/ Hyperactivity Disorder
        F. Xavier Castellanos, Daniel S. Margulies, Clare Kelly, Lucina Q. Uddin, Manely Ghaffari, Andrew Kirsch, David Shaw, Zarrar Shehzad, Adriana Di Martino, Bharat Biswal, Edmund J. S. Sonuga-Barke, John Rotrosen, Lenard A. Adler, and Michael P. Milham

        Brief Report

        338 N-Acetylcysteine Reduces Extinction Responding and Induces Enduring Reductions in Cue- and Heroin-Induced Drug-Seeking
        Wenhua Zhou and Peter W. Kalivas

        Erratum

        341 Erratum

        On the Internet

        343 Full text or abstracts of the following articles, which are currently “in press” in Biological Psychiatry, are available on our website now…

        Correspondence

        e17 Lithium and Increased Cortical Gray Matter—More Tissue or More Water?
        William T. Regenold
        e19 Reply: Lithium and Increased Cortical Gray Matter—More Tissue or More Water?
        Carrie E. Bearden, Paul M. Thompson, Manish Dalwani, Kiralee M. Hayashi, Agatha D. Lee, David C. Glahn, Paolo Brambilla, Roberto B. Sassi, Alan Mallinger, Ellen Frank, David J. Kupfer, Mark Nicoletti, and Jair C. Soares
        e21 A Putative DRD3 Schizophrenia Risk Haplotype Deconstructed
        Philipp G. Sand, Berthold Langguth, Radovan Prikryl, Hana Kucerova, and Eva Ceskova
        e23 Reply
        Michael E. Talkowski, Bernie Devlin, Vishwajit L. Nimgaonkar, Hader Mansour, Kodavali V. Chowdari, Joel Wood
        e27 Regarding “Depression and Inflammation in Patients with Coronary Heart Disease: Findings from the Heart and Soul Study”
        Jonas Hannestad