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Examining the Neural Basis of Psychotic-like Experiences in Adolescence

We caught up with Dr Evangelos Papanastasiou to discuss his latest publication, and the next steps for improving the early diagnosis of psychotic illness.  

Using affective cognition to enhance precision psychiatry

Precision psychiatry is a promising new approach that seeks to improve outcomes in highly heterogeneous clinical populations.  

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