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Preface; Chapter 1. Frontiers of Research in Neuroscience and Psychiatry (N. Pradhan et al., National Institute of Mental Health and Neurosciences, Bangalore, India)pp.1-20; Chapter 2. Psychomotor Theory: Mind-Brain-Body Triad in Health and Disease (U. Tan, Cukurova University, Adana, Turkey)pp.21-54; Chapter 3. Depression, Dementia and Dexterity: In Quest of a Denominator (S. N. Sarbadhikari, India Institute of Technology)pp.55-84; Chapter 4. Biomaker Epidemiology of Depression – Population Based Evidences of Neurochemical and Genetic Abnormalities (A. Chakrabarti, Sikkim Manipal Institute of Medical Sciences, India)pp.85-96; Chapter 5. Selective Neuronal Vulnerability, Blood-Brain Barrier Disruption and Heat Shock Protein Expression in Stress Induced Neurodegeneration (H. S. Sharma, Uppsala University, Sweden)pp.97-152; Chapter 6. Multi-Pronged Approach for Studying Lateralization in Depression (Subodh K., Institute of Mental Health, Amritsar, India and M. K. Mandal, Defence Institute of Psychological Research, Timarpur, India)pp.153-182; Chapter 7. Recent Advances in Biology of Depression: Clinical Perspectives (S. Kumar, Rotorua Hospital, New Zealand)pp.183-212; Chapter 8. Nonlinear Dynamical Analysis: its Applications to EEG Recordings in Dementias (J. Jeong, Korea University)pp.213-244; Chapter 9. EEG in Dementia: Review of the Past, View into the Future (V. Jelic, Huddinge University Hospital, Sweden)pp.245-304; Chapter 10. Event Related Potentials (ERPs) in Dementia and Cognitive Impairment (F. Idiman, Dokuz Eylül University Hospital, Izmir, Turkey)pp.305-318; Index.