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Highlights August 2013 In This Issue Volume 70, Number 8 Pages 769 - 888 JAMA Psychiatry Formerly Archives of General Psychiatry Research Opinion Viewpoint Rich Club Connectivity in Schizophrenia 783 777 The Neuropsychiatric Within the human brain, a system of long-distance pathways, referred to as the “rich club,” Translational Revolution: Still Very has been proposed to play an important role in enabling efficient communication between Early and Still Very Challenging distant parts of the neural network. In their study, van den Heuvel and colleagues show L Braff and DL Braff that schizophrenia involves a reduced connectivity of this centrally embedded communi- Editorial cation backbone and that abnormal wiring of the brain’s rich club may contribute to altered 780 From Lichtheim to Rich Club: brain dynamics and reduced integration of information between subsystems of the brain Brain Networks and Psychiatry in patients. E Bullmore and P Vértes Related Editorial 780 CME jamanetworkcme.com LETTERS Comment & Response Follow-up of Prodromal Psychosis 793 880 Bayesian Analysis of Nelson and colleagues conducted a long-term follow-up of 416 patients identified as being Posttest Predictive Value of Screening Instruments for the at “ultra high risk” of psychotic disorder. Findings indicated that participants continued to Psychosis High-Risk http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA Psychiatry American Medical Association

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JAMA Psychiatry , Volume 70 (8) – Aug 1, 2013

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American Medical Association
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Copyright 2013 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved. Applicable FARS/DFARS Restrictions Apply to Government Use.
ISSN
2168-622X
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2168-6238
DOI
10.1001/jamapsychiatry.2013.1997
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August 2013 In This Issue Volume 70, Number 8 Pages 769 - 888 JAMA Psychiatry Formerly Archives of General Psychiatry Research Opinion Viewpoint Rich Club Connectivity in Schizophrenia 783 777 The Neuropsychiatric Within the human brain, a system of long-distance pathways, referred to as the “rich club,” Translational Revolution: Still Very has been proposed to play an important role in enabling efficient communication between Early and Still Very Challenging distant parts of the neural network. In their study, van den Heuvel and colleagues show L Braff and DL Braff that schizophrenia involves a reduced connectivity of this centrally embedded communi- Editorial cation backbone and that abnormal wiring of the brain’s rich club may contribute to altered 780 From Lichtheim to Rich Club: brain dynamics and reduced integration of information between subsystems of the brain Brain Networks and Psychiatry in patients. E Bullmore and P Vértes Related Editorial 780 CME jamanetworkcme.com LETTERS Comment & Response Follow-up of Prodromal Psychosis 793 880 Bayesian Analysis of Nelson and colleagues conducted a long-term follow-up of 416 patients identified as being Posttest Predictive Value of Screening Instruments for the at “ultra high risk” of psychotic disorder. Findings indicated that participants continued to Psychosis High-Risk

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JAMA PsychiatryAmerican Medical Association

Published: Aug 1, 2013

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