Special Section on Menopause, Cognition, and Mental Health
Created:   10/1/2010
Contains:  10 items
Guest Editors: Claudio N. Soares, MD,PhD, FRCPC and Pauline M. Maki, PhD Last Updated: 10/1/10

Menopausal transition, mood, and cognition: an integrated view to close the gaps

Soares, Claudio N.; Maki, Pauline M.

Menopause . 17(4):812-814, July 2010.

Summary of the National Institute on Aging-sponsored conference on depressive symptoms and cognitive complaints in the menopausal transition

Maki, Pauline M.; Freeman, Ellen W.; Greendale, Gail A.; More

Menopause . 17(4):815-822, July 2010.

Associations of depression with the transition to menopause

Freeman, Ellen W.

Menopause . 17(4):823-827, July 2010.

The influence of menopause status and postmenopausal use of hormone therapy on presentation of major depression in women

Kornstein, Susan G.; Young, Elizabeth A.; Harvey, Annie T.; More

Menopause . 17(4):828-839, July 2010.

Shift in the brain network of emotional regulation in midlife women: is the menopausal transition the turning point?

Frey, Benicio N.; Hall, Geoffrey B.; Attard, Stefanie; More

Menopause . 17(4):840-845, July 2010.

Effect of sex and estrogen therapy on the aging brain: a voxel-based morphometry study

Lord, Catherine; Engert, Veronika; Lupien, Sonia J.; More

Menopause . 17(4):846-851, July 2010.

Cholinergic modulation of hippocampal activity during episodic memory encoding in postmenopausal women: a pilot study

Dumas, Julie A.; McDonald, Brenna C.; Saykin, Andrew J.; More

Menopause . 17(4):852-859, July 2010.

Estrogen treatment impairs cognitive performance after psychosocial stress and monoamine depletion in postmenopausal women

Newhouse, Paul A.; Dumas, Julie; Wilkins, Heather; More

Menopause . 17(4):860-873, July 2010.

A review of estrogen receptor α gene (ESR1) polymorphisms, mood, and cognition

Sundermann, Erin E.; Maki, Pauline M.; Bishop, Jeffrey R.

Menopause . 17(4):874-886, July 2010.