Using genetic, cognitive and multi-modal neuroimaging data to identify ultra-high-risk and first-episode psychosis at the individual level

@inproceedings{PetterssonYeo2013UsingGC,
  title={Using genetic, cognitive and multi-modal neuroimaging data to identify ultra-high-risk and first-episode psychosis at the individual level},
  author={William Pettersson-Yeo and Stefania Benetti and Andre Marquand and F. Dell‘Acqua and Steve R Williams and Paul Allen and Diana P. Prata and Philip Mcguire and Andrea Mechelli},
  booktitle={Psychological medicine},
  year={2013}
}
BACKGROUND Group-level results suggest that relative to healthy controls (HCs), ultra-high-risk (UHR) and first-episode psychosis (FEP) subjects show alterations in neuroanatomy, neurofunction and cognition that may be mediated genetically. It is unclear, however, whether these groups can be differentiated at single-subject level, for instance using the machine learning analysis support vector machine (SVM). Here, we used a multimodal approach to examine the ability of structural magnetic… CONTINUE READING

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