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CEREBELLAR VOLUMES REDUCED IN PATIENTS WITH SCHIZOPHRENIA BASED ON ANATOMICAL, TASK-FREE AND TASK-BASED FUNCTIONAL PARCELLATIONS 期刊论文
SCHIZOPHRENIA BULLETIN, 2020, 卷号: 46, 页码: S199-S199
Authors:  Wang, Yi;  Pu, Cheng-cheng;  Zhang, Yi-jing;  Cai, Xin-lu;  Liang, Yun-Si;  Zhou, Shu-zhe;  Ma, Yan-tao;  Yu, Xin;  Chan, Raymond C. K.
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THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN FRONTAL CORTICAL VOLUME AND STRIATAL DOPAMINE SYNTHESIS CAPACITY IN PSYCHOSIS 期刊论文
SCHIZOPHRENIA BULLETIN, 2020, 卷号: 46, 页码: S292-S293
Authors:  Kirschner, Matthias;  Hodzic-Santor, Benazir;  Kircher, Tilo;  Nenadic, Igor;  Fornito, Alex;  Green, Melissa;  Quide, Yann;  Pantelis, Christos;  Dannlowski, Udo;  DeRosse, Pamela;  Chan, Raymond;  Debbane, Martin;  Rossler, Wulf;  Lebedeva, Irina;  Park, Haeme;  Marsman, Jan-Bernard;  Gilleen, James;  Fett, Anne-Kathrin;  van Erp, Theo;  Turner, Jessica;  Thompson, Paul;  Aleman, Andre;  Modinos, Gemma;  Kaiser, Stefan;  Dagher, Alain
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INDIVIDUALS WITH POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE SCHIZOTYPY EXHIBIT A REVERSED PATTERN OF THALAMIC-CEREBELLAR BRAIN CONNECTIVITY 期刊论文
SCHIZOPHRENIA BULLETIN, 2019, 卷号: 45, 页码: S339-S340
Authors:  Wang, Yi;  Cai, Xin-Lu;  Zhang, Rui-Ting;  Liu, Bing-Hui;  Wang, Yong-Ming;  Zhou, Han-Yu;  Modinos, Gemma;  Aleman, Andre;  Chan, Raymond C. K.
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Perspectives on Machine Learning for Classification of Schizotypy Using fMRI Data 期刊论文
SCHIZOPHRENIA BULLETIN, 2018, 卷号: 44, 页码: S480-S490
Authors:  Madsen, Kristoffer H.;  Krohne, Laerke G.;  Cai, Xin-lu;  Wang, Yi;  Chan, Raymond C. K.
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functional magnetic resonance imaging  feature extraction  neuroimaging  schizotypy  schi zophrenia spectrum disorder