This case-control study examines whether the pattern of brain connectivity across striatal subregions is abnormal in unmedicated patients with schizophrenia and whether this abnormality relates to psychotic symptoms and extrastriatal dopaminergic transmission.
This meta-analysis examines whether behavioral deficits in inhibitory control are associated with shared or disorder-specific structural and functional neural abnormalities in attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder and obsessive-compulsive disorder.
This longitudinal study examines the association of long-term marijuana use in young adults with the response of the nucleus accumbens to award anticipation.
This study identifies a potential systems-level intermediate phenotype linked to emotion processing in schizophrenia and examines the psychological association, task specificity, test-retest reliability, and clinical validity of the identified phenotype.
This cohort study examines whether quantified neural function in social perception circuits can serve as an individual-level marker of autism spectrum disorder in children and adolescents.
This cohort study investigates associations between striatal activity (measured via functional magnetic resonance imaging) during reward anticipation and weight change induced by amisulpride, a selective dopamine D2 receptor antagonist, among antipsychotic-naive patients with schizophrenia.
This meta-analysis of functional magnetic resonance imaging studies assessed the differences between patients with schizophrenia spectrum disorders and healthy controls in ventral striatal activation during reward processing.
Among 75 medication-free patients with remitted major depressive disorder and no relevant comorbidity, this prospective cohort study tests the hypothesis that RSATL-SCSR connectivity for self-blaming relative to other-blaming emotions predicts subsequent recurrence of depressive episodes.
This multicenter collaborative study explores whether biologically defined groups of genes are enriched in episodic memory performance across age, memory encoding–related brain activity, and Alzheimer disease.
This case-control cross-sectional study examines memory deficits using functional magnetic resonance imaging in patients with schizophrenia.
This case-control study used whole-brain thalamic functional connectivity maps to examine the association of thalamic dysconnectivity and conversion to psychosis in youth and young adults at elevated clinical risk.
This resting-state functional magnetic resonance imaging study compares the intrinsic functional connectivity between brain networks in a large sample of individuals with autism spectrum disorder and typically developing control subjects.
This fMRI study determines differences in brain responses, habituation, and connectivity during exposure to mildly aversive sensory stimuli in youth with autism spectrum disorders (ASDs) and sensory overresponsivity (SOR) compared with youth with ASDs without SOR and control subjects.
This cross-sectional study reports that medication-free patients with major depressive disorder vs bipolar disorder appear to differ in brain activations during emotion regulation, both while depressed and in remission.
This study suggests that hemispheric specialization could serve as a potential imaging biomarker of schizophrenia.
This population-based study finds that the pattern of functional abnormalities observed in youth with psychosis spectrum symptoms is similar to that previously found in schizophrenia and help-seeking risk samples.
This positron emission tomographic functional magnetic resonance imaging study found in vivo evidence for a deficit in the capacity for dopamine release in the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex in schizophrenia.