Bernhard T Baune


Affiliation: University of Melbourne
Country: Australia


  1. Singhal G, Morgan J, Jawahar M, Corrigan F, Jaehne E, Toben C, et al. The effects of short-term and long-term environmental enrichment on locomotion, mood-like behavior, cognition and hippocampal gene expression. Behav Brain Res. 2019;:111917 pubmed publisher
    ..05. Both short and long-term EE are equally beneficial for baseline locomotor activity and depressive-like behavior. However, long-term EE affects locomotion adversely in a threatening environment and is anxiogenic. ..
  2. Weightman M, Knight M, Baune B. A systematic review of the impact of social cognitive deficits on psychosocial functioning in major depressive disorder and opportunities for therapeutic intervention. Psychiatry Res. 2019;274:195-212 pubmed publisher
    ..In particular, certain anti-depressant medications corrected facial affect recognition deficits, while several psychotherapeutic approaches improved impairments in theory of mind and negative interpretive bias. ..
  3. Knight M, Fourrier C, Lyrtzis E, Aboustate N, Sampson E, Hori H, et al. Cognitive Deficits in the THINC-Integrated Tool (THINC-it) Are Associated With Psychosocial Dysfunction in Patients With Major Depressive Disorder. J Clin Psychiatry. 2018;80: pubmed publisher
    ..Cognitive deficits identified by the THINC-it are associated with global and specific psychosocial deficits, highlighting the clinical value and utility of the THINC-it as a cognitive screening instrument in patients with MDD. ..
  4. Fourrier C, Sampson E, Mills N, Baune B. Anti-inflammatory treatment of depression: study protocol for a randomised controlled trial of vortioxetine augmented with celecoxib or placebo. Trials. 2018;19:447 pubmed publisher
    ..Australian New Zealand Clinical Trials Registry (ANZCTR), ACTRN12617000527369p . Registered on 11 April 2017. ..
  5. Cambridge O, Knight M, Mills N, Baune B. The clinical relationship between cognitive impairment and psychosocial functioning in major depressive disorder: A systematic review. Psychiatry Res. 2018;269:157-171 pubmed publisher
    ..Older age and greater MDD symptom severity appear to enhance cognition-psychosocial dysfunction relationship, however little is known regarding the role of a number of other clinical factors (e.g., psychosis, illness duration). ..
  6. Stacey D, Schubert K, Clark S, Amare A, Milanesi E, Maj C, et al. A gene co-expression module implicating the mitochondrial electron transport chain is associated with long-term response to lithium treatment in bipolar affective disorder. Transl Psychiatry. 2018;8:183 pubmed publisher
    ..Our data adds to previous evidence suggesting that a normalisation of these processes could be central to lithium's mode of action, and could underlie a favourable therapeutic response. ..