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Dr. BernardoDubrovsky, MD
Associate Professor, Department of Physiology
Evolutionary science and behaviour; Neuropsychiatry
1033 Pine Ave West
3445 Drummond St., Apt 1004
Dr. Dubrovsky’s research areas include the behavioural and neurophysiological mechanisms of sequentially organized motor acts, electrophysiological investigations on the functional organization of eye-head coordinated movements, and physiological studies on muscular groups associated with the acquisition of bipedalism: dorsal neck, epaxial and pelvic floor muscles. They also include studies on the applications of the contingent negative variation (CNV) and readiness potential (RP) in psychiatry. His clinical practice consists of consultations in affective and psychotic disorders.
Electro and Pressure Iontophoresis: McGill University; Postdoctoral: Psychology, McGill University
Dubrovsky B, Garcia-Rill E. Convergence of tectal and visual input in cat motorsensory cortex. Exp. Neurol. 1971;33:475-484.
Dubrovsky B, Garcia-Rill E. Role of dorsal columns to sequential motor acts requiring precise forelimb projection. Exp. Brain Research. 1973;18:165-177.
Dubrovsky B, Barbas H. Frontal projection of dorsal neck and extraocular muscles. Exp. Neurol. 1977;55: 680-693.
Dubrovsky B, Filipini DL. Neurological aspects of the pelvic floor muscles involved in defecation. Neurosc. Biobehav. 1990;Rev.14:157-168.
Dubrovsky B. Effects of adrenal steroids on long term potentiation in the limbic system. Basic mechanisms and behavioral consequences. Cell. & Molec. Neurobiology. 1993;13:399-414.
Dubrovsky B. Fundamental neuroscience and the classification of psychiatric disorders. Neuroscience Biobehavior Rev. 1995;19:511-518.
Dubrovsky B. Some aspects of the interactions between related but distinct disciplines. Freud and "The project for a scientific pschology", a psychology for neurologists. Acta Psiquiatrica Psicologica Latino-americana. 1998;44:237-252.
Dubrovsky B. The specificity of stress responses to different nocuous stimuli: Neurosteroids and depression. Brain Research Bulletin. 2000;51:443-455.
Dubrovsky B. Evolutionary pychiatry. Adaptationist and non-adaptationist conceptualizations. Prog. Neuro. Psychopharmac. & Biol. Psychiatry. 2001:1-19.
Dubrovsky B. Results from basic neuroscience must be incorporated in the construction of psychiatric taxonomies. The case of neuroactive steroids and nosography. In: Weizman A, Ritsner MS, editors. Neuroactive steroids in brain functions and mental health: new perspectives for research and treatment. 2008. p. 385-422.