From the Center for Neurobiology of Stress (B.D.N., J.S.L., L.K., L.C., E.A.M., E.O.); Departments of Medicine (L.C., E.A.M.); Physiology (E.A.M.); Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences (B.D.N., J.S.L., L.K., M.G.C., E.A.M., E.O.), David Geffen School of Medicine, UCLA, Los Angeles, California; Research Service, VA Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System (B.D.N., H.I.), Los Angeles, California; School of Psychology (A.M.W.), Griffith University, Australia; Department of Psychiatry (H.N.), Nara Medical University, Nara, Japan; and Brain Research Institute (E.A.M., E.O.), UCLA, Los Angeles, California.
Address correspondence and reprint requests to Bruce D. Naliboff, PhD, Center for Neurobiology of Stress; CURE, Building115, Room 223, 11301 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90073. E-mail: [email protected]
Received for publication December 21, 2007; revision received April 16, 2008.
Supported in part by NIH Grants NR007768 (to B.N.), P50 DK64539 (to E.A.M.), R24 AT002681 (to E.A.M.), VA Medical Research (to B.N.), and a gift from the Virginia Friedhofer Charitable Trust (to E.O.).
None of the authors report any biomedical financial interests or conflicts of interest relevant for this study.