The Challenges and Promise of Neuroimaging in Psychiatry

@article{Linden2012TheCA,
  title={The Challenges and Promise of Neuroimaging in Psychiatry},
  author={David E. J. Linden},
  journal={Neuron},
  year={2012},
  volume={73},
  pages={8-22}
}
Neuroimaging is central to the quest for a biological foundation of psychiatric diagnosis but so far has not yielded clinically relevant biomarkers for mental disorders. This review addresses potential reasons for this limitation and discusses refinements of paradigms and analytic techniques that may yield improved diagnostic and prognostic accuracy. Neuroimaging can also be used to probe genetically defined biological pathways underlying mental disorders, for example through the genetic… CONTINUE READING
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