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Psychiatric News
Volume 46 Number 12 page 33-33

  • "Multimodal" techniques using EEG and functional magnetic resonance imaging are providing a comprehensive picture of the structural, functional, and temporal connectivity in the brain.

  • Medications, cognitive-behavior therapy and other interventions appear to affect different parts of brain circuitry involved in mental disorders.


  • Onset of mental illness is almost entirely before the age of 25.

  • Emerging evidence shows that ADHD is a developmental disorder characterized by delay of cortical maturation.


  • Genetics of mental illness are characterized by very rare but potent variations.

  • These rare variations result in changes in brain circuitry that, in complex interaction with environmental influences, result in many pathways to phenotypes of mental illness. 33_1.inline-graphic-1.gif

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