van den Heuvel and coauthors examine the structure of the rich club in schizophrenia and its role in global functional brain dynamics.
Nelson et al assess the rate and baseline predictors of transition in 416 patients at ultra high risk for development of schizophrenia and other psychotic disorders up to 15 years after study entry.
Sutin et al estimated the trajectory of depressive symptoms across the adult life span, tested whether it varies by demographic factors and antidepressant medication use, and tested whether disease burden, functional limitations, and proximity to death explain the increase in depressive symptoms in old age.
Benros and coauthors estimate the effect of autoimmune diseases and infections on the risk of developing mood disorders.
McGrath et al identify a candidate neuroimaging treatment-specific biomarker that predicts differential outcome to either medication or psychotherapy.
To examine whether early child care moderates associations between maternal depressive symptoms and child internalizing problems (emotional problems, separation anxiety symptoms, and social withdrawal symptoms) during the preschool period, Herba et al performed a population-based prospective cohort study within the Québec Longitudinal Study of Child Development.
Bryant and colleagues test the roles of initial psychiatric reactions, mild traumatic brain injury, and ongoing stressors on delayed-onset posttraumatic stress disorder.
Müller et al assess whether adolescents with prenatal exposure to maternal cigarette smoking differ from their nonexposed peers in the response of the ventral striatum to the anticipation or the receipt of a reward.
Konova et al examine changes in mesocorticolimbic connectivity with methylphenidate and how connectivity of affected pathways relates to severity of cocaine addiction in 18 nonabstaining individuals with cocaine use disorders.
Uddin and coauthors examine whether specific networks can distinguish children with autism spectrum disorder from typically developing children.