author={Jim van Os and Shitij Kapur},
  journal={The Lancet},
  • J. Os, S. Kapur
  • Published 28 August 2009
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • The Lancet
Neural Correlates of Mentalizing in Individuals With Clinical High Risk for Schizophrenia: ALE Meta-Analysis
A neural coordinate-based activation likelihood estimation meta-analysis of existing neuroimaging data revealed that three regions displayed decreased activation in individuals with CHR, compared with healthy controls: the right temporoparietal junction, the right middle temporal gyrus, and the left precuneus.
Genetic and clinical features of social cognition in 22q11.2 deletion syndrome
The topic of social cognition in 22q11.2 deletion syndrome is addressed from a wide perspective, with a highlight on its genetic characteristics, to achieve an effective characterization of the neurobiological system underlying social behavior.
A neuroimaging biomarker for striatal dysfunction in schizophrenia
A new cross-validated neuroimaging biomarker that reflects striatal dysfunctioning can be used to distinguish patients with schizophrenia from healthy controls, and is associated with treatment response to antipsychotics.
Multi-scale analysis of schizophrenia risk genes, brain structure, and clinical symptoms reveals integrative clues for subtyping schizophrenia patients
A multi-scale analysis using genome-wide SNPs, gene expression, grey matter volume, and the positive and negative syndrome scale scores to explore the etiology of schizophrenia found that HCs with common GMV among patient groups are related to genes that mostly mapped to pathways relevant to neural signaling, which are associated with the risk for schizophrenia.
Two Sides of the Same Coin: A Case Report of First-Episode Catatonic Syndrome in a High-Functioning Autism Patient
Diagnostic “red flags” that can be used to rationally select and conduct current recommended diagnostic assessments if there is a suspicion of ASD in patients with catatonic syndrome in order to provide them with the most appropriate treatment are presented.
At-risk mental states