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Connectivity in Social Brain Networks in Autism

This cross-sectional study reports increased functional MRI-measured connectivity between two neuron systems in adolescents with autism spectrum disorder, consistent with emerging evidence of reduced network segregation in ASD.

Neural Social Stress Processing

This cross-sectional study reports neuroimaging correlates of stress among ethnic minorities in Germany.

IV Ketamine for Treatment of Chronic PTSD

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SCNA Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms and Phenotype in Patients with Schizophrenia

This genome-wide association study reports associations between SNPs in sodium channel gene SCN2A and cognitive impairment in patients with schizophrenia and in unaffected relatives.

Identification of Pathways for Bipolar Disorder

This meta-analysis identifies pathways involved in the genetic predisposition to bipolar disorder, including those involved in hormonal regulation, calcium channels, second messenger systems, and glutamate signaling.

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