This study assesses whether certain factors identified with structural magnetic resonance imaging techniques are able to predict response to electroconvulsive therapy in patients with major depressive disorder.
Using a subsample of individuals from the Philadelphia Neurodevelopmental Cohort, this study investigates the presence of structural brain abnormalities in youth with psychosis spectrum symptoms.
This study uses data from the Philadelphia Neurodevelopmental Cohort to evaluate the charting of brain intrinsic connectivity network patterns to serve as a measure of attention functioning in youth.
This Neuroscience and Psychiatry article reports on transcranial magnetic stimulation, a noninvasive neuromodulation technique that applies powerful and rapidly changing magnetic fields over the surface of the skull and generates targeted electrical currents in the brain, leading to neuronal action potentials.
This longitudinal behavioral and neuroimaging study reports an association between childhood depression and the trajectory of cortical gray matter development in late school-aged children and those in early adolescence.
This meta-analysis of whole-brain structural neuroimaging studies of youths with conduct problems identifies gray matter reductions within the insula, amygdala, and frontal and temporal regions.
This twin study uses structural equation modeling to examine whether white matter integrity is associated with the genetic liability for developing schizophrenia.
This placebo trial examines the neurochemical mechanisms underlying the formation of placebo effects in patients with major depressive disorder.
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 diffusion tensor imaging study found 2 distinct patterns of white matter abnormalities exist at the early phase of schizophrenia, with those having global abnormalities experiencing more severe negative symptoms.
The findings of this database study provide an empirical foundation for a neurocognitive model in which network dysfunction underlies core cognitive and affective abnormalities in depression.
This neuroimaging study demonstrates characteristic signatures of altered intracortical relationships in patients with deficit schizophrenia compared with those with nondeficit schizophrenia, patients with bipolar I disorder, and healthy individuals.
This cross-sectional study reports that global differences in gray matter volume may be due to alterations in the general mechanisms underlying normal brain development in attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder.
This meta-analysis identified a concordance across psychiatric diagnoses in terms of integrity of an anterior insula/dorsal anterior cingulate–based network, which may relate to executive function deficits observed across diagnoses.