Reduced duration mismatch negativity in adolescents with psychotic symptoms: further evidence for mismatch negativity as a possible biomarker for vulnerability to psychosis

@inproceedings{Murphy2013ReducedDM,
  title={Reduced duration mismatch negativity in adolescents with psychotic symptoms: further evidence for mismatch negativity as a possible biomarker for vulnerability to psychosis},
  author={Jennifer R Murphy and Caroline Rawdon and Ian Kelleher and Deirdre Twomey and Patrick S Markey and Mary Cannon and Richard A. P. Roche},
  booktitle={BMC psychiatry},
  year={2013}
}
BACKGROUND Deficits in the mismatch negativity (MMN) and P3a components are the most reliable and robust findings in schizophrenia. These abnormalities have also been recently documented in individuals clinically at risk for psychosis, indicating that the MMN may be a potential biomarker for psychosis. However, the at risk samples included in MMN studies are characterised by pre-existing clinical symptomatology and significant functional decline which are related to MMN amplitude. These factors… CONTINUE READING
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