Jul 1, 2019
Executive Editor Michael Roy speaks with Roscoe O. Brady, Jr.,
M.D., Ph.D., and Mark A. Halko, Ph.D., about their research on
identifying and treating a network of connectivity in the brain
corresponding to negative symptom severity in
- The difference between positive and negative symptoms in
psychosis, and why the symptoms are important [2:39]
- Identifying the treating the underlying circuitry of negative
symptoms in the brain [6:25]
- Discussion of the results of the study [10:20]
- Symptom severity and the link between the prefrontal cortex and
- Aspects of the study that are relevant for researchers,
clinicians, and other mental health professionals [20:40]
- What's next in this line of research and clinical care
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