Schizophrenia Bulletin
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Journal Impact IF

2019-2020

7.958

9.2%

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The 2019-2020 Journal Impact IF of Schizophrenia Bulletin is 7.958, which is just updated in 2020.

Schizophrenia Bulletin Impact Factor
Highest IF
8.8
Highest Journal Impact IF

The highest Journal Impact IF of Schizophrenia Bulletin is 8.8.

Lowest IF
6.944
Lowest Journal Impact IF

The lowest Journal Impact IF of Schizophrenia Bulletin is 6.944.

Total Growth Rate
-9.6%
IF Total Growth Rate

The total growth rate of Schizophrenia Bulletin IF is -9.6%.

Annual Growth Rate
-1.1%
IF Annual Growth Rate

The annual growth rate of Schizophrenia Bulletin IF is -1.1%.

Journal Impact IF Ranking

Subcategory Quartile Rank Percentile
Psychiatry and Mental Health Q1 13/506

Psychiatry and Mental Health 97%

Journal Impact IF Ranking

· In the Psychiatry and Mental Health research field, the Quartile of Schizophrenia Bulletin is Q1. Schizophrenia Bulletin has been ranked #13 over 506 related journals in the Psychiatry and Mental Health research category. The ranking percentile of Schizophrenia Bulletin is around 97% in the field of Psychiatry and Mental Health.

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Total Publications
7953
Total Citations
470059

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Journal Impact IF History

Year Journal Impact IF
Year Journal Impact IF
2019-2020 7.958
2018-2019 7.289
2017-2018 6.944
2016-2017 7.575
2015-2016 7.757
2014-2015 8.45
2013-2014 8.607
2012-2013 8.486
2011-2012 8.8
Journal Impact IF History

· The 2019-2020 Journal Impact IF of Schizophrenia Bulletin is 7.958
· The 2018-2019 Journal Impact IF of Schizophrenia Bulletin is 7.289
· The 2017-2018 Journal Impact IF of Schizophrenia Bulletin is 6.944
· The 2016-2017 Journal Impact IF of Schizophrenia Bulletin is 7.575
· The 2015-2016 Journal Impact IF of Schizophrenia Bulletin is 7.757
· The 2014-2015 Journal Impact IF of Schizophrenia Bulletin is 8.45
· The 2013-2014 Journal Impact IF of Schizophrenia Bulletin is 8.607
· The 2012-2013 Journal Impact IF of Schizophrenia Bulletin is 8.486
· The 2011-2012 Journal Impact IF of Schizophrenia Bulletin is 8.8

Publications Cites Dataset

Year Publications Citations
Year Publications Citations
1969 4 7
1970 10 5
1971 8 5
1972 12 24
1973 7 42
1974 36 60
1975 27 78
1976 33 156
1977 49 257
1978 53 316
1979 56 466
1980 70 648
1981 62 864
1982 51 1239
1983 36 1025
1984 40 1388
1985 63 1404
1986 61 1966
1987 58 1951
1988 67 1878
1989 63 2013
1990 65 2749
1991 61 4691
1992 55 3449
1993 54 3434
1994 67 4078
1995 64 4706
1996 60 4490
1997 66 5596
1998 57 5542
1999 66 6672
2000 80 7304
2001 61 7721
2002 67 8185
2003 75 9918
2004 95 9833
2005 222 10709
2006 91 10601
2007 253 12562
2008 52 14146
2009 230 16249
2010 135 19382
2011 256 23307
2012 164 25172
2013 188 28825
2014 205 29731
2015 259 29972
2016 223 28748
2017 818 28214
2018 1186 23677
2019 830 27890
2020 976 34509
2021 6 2205
Publications Cites Dataset

· The Schizophrenia Bulletin has published 4 reports and received 7 citations in 1969.
· The Schizophrenia Bulletin has published 10 reports and received 5 citations in 1970.
· The Schizophrenia Bulletin has published 8 reports and received 5 citations in 1971.
· The Schizophrenia Bulletin has published 12 reports and received 24 citations in 1972.
· The Schizophrenia Bulletin has published 7 reports and received 42 citations in 1973.
· The Schizophrenia Bulletin has published 36 reports and received 60 citations in 1974.
· The Schizophrenia Bulletin has published 27 reports and received 78 citations in 1975.
· The Schizophrenia Bulletin has published 33 reports and received 156 citations in 1976.
· The Schizophrenia Bulletin has published 49 reports and received 257 citations in 1977.
· The Schizophrenia Bulletin has published 53 reports and received 316 citations in 1978.
· The Schizophrenia Bulletin has published 56 reports and received 466 citations in 1979.
· The Schizophrenia Bulletin has published 70 reports and received 648 citations in 1980.
· The Schizophrenia Bulletin has published 62 reports and received 864 citations in 1981.
· The Schizophrenia Bulletin has published 51 reports and received 1239 citations in 1982.
· The Schizophrenia Bulletin has published 36 reports and received 1025 citations in 1983.
· The Schizophrenia Bulletin has published 40 reports and received 1388 citations in 1984.
· The Schizophrenia Bulletin has published 63 reports and received 1404 citations in 1985.
· The Schizophrenia Bulletin has published 61 reports and received 1966 citations in 1986.
· The Schizophrenia Bulletin has published 58 reports and received 1951 citations in 1987.
· The Schizophrenia Bulletin has published 67 reports and received 1878 citations in 1988.
· The Schizophrenia Bulletin has published 63 reports and received 2013 citations in 1989.
· The Schizophrenia Bulletin has published 65 reports and received 2749 citations in 1990.
· The Schizophrenia Bulletin has published 61 reports and received 4691 citations in 1991.
· The Schizophrenia Bulletin has published 55 reports and received 3449 citations in 1992.
· The Schizophrenia Bulletin has published 54 reports and received 3434 citations in 1993.
· The Schizophrenia Bulletin has published 67 reports and received 4078 citations in 1994.
· The Schizophrenia Bulletin has published 64 reports and received 4706 citations in 1995.
· The Schizophrenia Bulletin has published 60 reports and received 4490 citations in 1996.
· The Schizophrenia Bulletin has published 66 reports and received 5596 citations in 1997.
· The Schizophrenia Bulletin has published 57 reports and received 5542 citations in 1998.
· The Schizophrenia Bulletin has published 66 reports and received 6672 citations in 1999.
· The Schizophrenia Bulletin has published 80 reports and received 7304 citations in 2000.
· The Schizophrenia Bulletin has published 61 reports and received 7721 citations in 2001.
· The Schizophrenia Bulletin has published 67 reports and received 8185 citations in 2002.
· The Schizophrenia Bulletin has published 75 reports and received 9918 citations in 2003.
· The Schizophrenia Bulletin has published 95 reports and received 9833 citations in 2004.
· The Schizophrenia Bulletin has published 222 reports and received 10709 citations in 2005.
· The Schizophrenia Bulletin has published 91 reports and received 10601 citations in 2006.
· The Schizophrenia Bulletin has published 253 reports and received 12562 citations in 2007.
· The Schizophrenia Bulletin has published 52 reports and received 14146 citations in 2008.
· The Schizophrenia Bulletin has published 230 reports and received 16249 citations in 2009.
· The Schizophrenia Bulletin has published 135 reports and received 19382 citations in 2010.
· The Schizophrenia Bulletin has published 256 reports and received 23307 citations in 2011.
· The Schizophrenia Bulletin has published 164 reports and received 25172 citations in 2012.
· The Schizophrenia Bulletin has published 188 reports and received 28825 citations in 2013.
· The Schizophrenia Bulletin has published 205 reports and received 29731 citations in 2014.
· The Schizophrenia Bulletin has published 259 reports and received 29972 citations in 2015.
· The Schizophrenia Bulletin has published 223 reports and received 28748 citations in 2016.
· The Schizophrenia Bulletin has published 818 reports and received 28214 citations in 2017.
· The Schizophrenia Bulletin has published 1186 reports and received 23677 citations in 2018.
· The Schizophrenia Bulletin has published 830 reports and received 27890 citations in 2019.
· The Schizophrenia Bulletin has published 976 reports and received 34509 citations in 2020.
· The Schizophrenia Bulletin has published 6 reports and received 2205 citations in 2021.
· The total publications of Schizophrenia Bulletin is 7953.
· The total citations of Schizophrenia Bulletin is 470059.

What is Impact Factor?

The impact factor (IF) or journal impact factor (JIF) of an academic journal is a scientometric index calculated by Clarivate that reflects the yearly average number of citations of articles published in the last two years in a given journal. It is frequently used as a proxy for the relative importance of a journal within its field; journals with higher impact factor values are often deemed to be more important, or carry more intrinsic prestige in their respective fields, than those with lower values.

Schizophrenia Bulletin | Academic Accelerator - About the Impact Factor

Impact factor is commonly used to evaluate the relative importance of a journal within its field and to measure the frequency with which the “average article” in a journal has been cited in a particular time period. Journal which publishes more review articles will get highest IFs. Journals with higher IFs believed to be more important than those with lower ones. According to Eugene Garfield “impact simply reflects the ability of the journals and editors to attract the best paper available.” Journal which publishes more review articles will get maximum IFs. The Impact Factor of an academic journal is a scientometric Metric that reflects the yearly average number of citations that recent articles published in a given journal received. It is frequently used as a Metric for the relative importance of a journal within its field; journals with higher Impact Factor are often deemed to be more important than those with lower ones. The Schizophrenia Bulletin Impact Factor IF measures the average number of citations received in a particular year (2020) by papers published in the Schizophrenia Bulletin during the two preceding years (2018-2019). Note that 2020 Impact Factor are reported in 2021; they cannot be calculated until all of the 2020 publications have been processed by the indexing agency. New journals, which are indexed from their first published issue, will receive an impact factor after two years of indexing; in this case, the citations to the year prior to Volume 1, and the number of articles published in the year prior to Volume 1, are known zero values. Journals that are indexed starting with a volume other than the first volume will not get an impact factor until they have been indexed for three years. Occasionally, Journal Citation Reports assigns an impact factor to new journals with less than two years of indexing, based on partial citation data. The calculation always uses two complete and known years of item counts, but for new titles one of the known counts is zero. Annuals and other irregular publications sometimes publish no items in a particular year, affecting the count. The impact factor relates to a specific time period; it is possible to calculate it for any desired period. In addition to the 2-year Impact Factor, the 3-year Impact Factor, 4-year Impact Factor, 5-year Impact Factor, Real-Time Impact Factor can provide further insights and factors into the impact of Schizophrenia Bulletin.

History

The impact factor was devised by Eugene Garfield, the founder of the Institute for Scientific Information (ISI). Impact factors are calculated yearly starting from 1975 for journals listed in the Journal Citation Reports (JCR). ISI was acquired by Thomson Scientific & Healthcare in 1992, and became known as Thomson ISI. In 2018, Thomson ISI was sold to Onex Corporation and Baring Private Equity Asia. They founded a new corporation, Clarivate, which is now the publisher of the JCR.

Use

The impact factor is used to compare different journals within a certain field. The Web of Science indexes more than 11,500 science and social science journals. Journal impact factors are often used to evaluate the merit of individual articles and individual researchers. This use of impact factors was summarised by Hoeffel:

Impact Factor is not a perfect tool to measure the quality of articles but there is nothing better and it has the advantage of already being in existence and is, therefore, a good technique for scientific evaluation. Experience has shown that in each specialty the best journals are those in which it is most difficult to have an article accepted, and these are the journals that have a high impact factor. Most of these journals existed long before the impact factor was devised. The use of impact factor as a measure of quality is widespread because it fits well with the opinion we have in each field of the best journals in our specialty....In conclusion, prestigious journals publish papers of high level. Therefore, their impact factor is high, and not the contrary.

Eugene Garfield

In brief, Impact factors may be used by:
  • Authors to decide where to submit an article for publication.
  • Libraries to make collection development decisions
  • Academic departments to assess academic productivity
  • Academic departments to make decisions on promotion and tenure.
As impact factors are a journal-level metric, rather than an article- or individual-level metric, this use is controversial. Garfield agrees with Hoeffel,but warns about the "misuse in evaluating individuals" because there is "a wide variation [of citations] from article to article within a single journal". Other things to consider about Impact Factors:
  • Many journals do not have an impact factor.
  • The impact factor cannot assess the quality of individual articles. Even if citations were evenly distributed among articles, the impact factor would only measure the interests of other researchers in an article, not its importance and usefulness.
  • Only research articles, technical notes and reviews are “citable” items. Editorials, letters, news items and meeting abstracts are “non-citable items”.
  • Only a small percentage of articles are highly cited and they are found in a small subset of journals. This small proportion accounts for a large percentage of citations.
  • Controversial papers, such as those based on fraudulent data, may be highly cited, distorting the impact factor of a journal.
  • Citation bias may exist. For example, English language resources may be favoured. Authors may cite their own work.
Moreover, informed and careful use of these impact data is essential, and should be based on a thorough understanding of the methodology used to generate impact factors. There are controversial aspects of using impact factors:
  • It is not clear whether the number of times a paper is cited measures its actual quality.
  • Some databases that calculate impact factors fail to incorporate publications including textbooks, handbooks and reference books.
  • Certain disciplines have low numbers of journals and usage. Therefore, one should only compare journals or researchers within the same discipline.
  • Review articles normally are cited more often and therefore can skew results.
  • Self-citing may also skew results.
  • Some resources used to calculate impact factors have inadequate international coverage.
  • Editorial policies can artificially inflate an impact factor.
Impact factors have often been used in advancement and tenure decision-making. Many recognize that this is a coarse tool for such important decisions, and that a multitude of factors should be taken into account in these deliberations. When considering the use of the impact factor (IF), keep these aspects in mind:
  • IF analysis is limited to citations from the journals indexed by the Web of Science/Web of Knowledge. Currently, the Web of Science indexes only 8621 journals across the full breadth of the sciences, and just 3121 in the social sciences.
  • A high IF/citation rate says nothing about the quality -- or even, validity -- of the references being cited. Notorious or even retracted articles often attract a lot of attention, hence a high number of citations. The notority related to the first publication on "cold fusion" is one such example.
  • Journals that publish more "review articles" are often found near the top of the rankings. While not known for publishing new, creative findings, these individual articles tend to be heavily cited.
  • The IF measures the average number of citations to articles in the journal -- given this, a small number of highly-cited articles will skew the figure.
  • It takes several years for new journals to be added to the list of titles indexed by the Web of Science/Web of Knowledge, so these newer titles will be under-represented.
  • It's alleged that journal editors have learned to "game" the system, encouraging authors to cite their works previously published in the same journal.
Comparing Journals Across Disciplines? Not a good idea! Using Impact Factors within a given discipline should only be done with great care, as described above. Using impact factor data to compare journals across disciplines is even more problematic. Here are some of the reasons:
  • Disciplines where older literature is still referenced, such as Chemistry and Mathematics, offer challenges to the methodolgy since older citations (older than two years) are not used to calculate the impact factor for a given journal. (Five-year impact factor analysis, which can be calculated using the Journal Citation Index database, helps smooth out this problem only to some degree.)
  • Different disciplines have different practices regarding tendency to cite larger numbers of references. Higher overall citation rates will bump upward impact factor measurements.
  • Where it's common for large numbers of authors to collaborate on a single paper, such as in Physics, the tendency of authors to cite themselves (and in this case, more authors) will result in increased citation rates.

Pros and Cons of the Impact Factor

Pros:

  • A vetted, established metric for measuring journal impact within a discipline.
  • Designed to eliminate bias based on journal size and frequency.
Cons:
  • Individual articles makes an uneven contribution to overall Impact Factor.
  • Impact Factor does not account for certain things, things like context (postive or negative citaion) and intentionality (self-citation).
  • The metric is proprietary to and bound by the contents of the Thomson Reuters database.
  • Citations, on which the Impact Factor is based, count for less than 1% of an article's overall use.

Criticism

Numerous critiques have been made regarding the use of impact factors. A 2007 study noted that the most fundamental flaw is that impact factors present the mean of data that are not normally distributed, and suggested that it would be more appropriate to present the median of these data. There is also a more general debate on the validity of the impact factor as a measure of journal importance and the effect of policies that editors may adopt to boost their impact factor (perhaps to the detriment of readers and writers). Other criticism focuses on the effect of the impact factor on behavior of scholars, editors and other stakeholders. Others have made more general criticisms, arguing that emphasis on impact factor results from negative influence of neoliberal policies on academia claiming that what is needed is not just replacement of the impact factor with more sophisticated metrics for science publications but also discussion on the social value of research assessment and the growing precariousness of scientific careers in higher education.
Experts stress that there are limitations in using impact factors to evaluate a scholar's work. There are many reasons cited for not relying on impact factor alone to evaluate the output of a particular individual. Among these are the following:

  • A single factor is not sufficient for evaluating an author's work.
  • Journal values are meaningless unless compared within the same discipline. Impact factors vary among disciplines.
  • The impact factor was originally devised to show the impact of a specific journal, not a specific scholar. The quality and impact of the author's work may extend beyond the impact of a particular journal.
According to Jim Testa, a researcher for ThomsonReuters Scientific, the most widespread misuse of the Impact Factor is to evaluate the work of an individual author (instead of a journal). "To say that because a researcher is publishing in a certain journal, he or she is more influential or deserves more credit is not necessarily true. There are many other variables to consider." (interview 6/26/2008 in Thomson Reuters blog entry)

Schizophrenia Bulletin
Journal Profile

About

Schizophrenia Bulletin seeks to review recent developments and empirically based hypotheses regarding the etiology and treatment of schizophrenia. We view the field as broad and deep, and will publish new knowledge ranging from the molecular basis to social and cultural factors. We will give new emphasis to translational reports which simultaneously highlight basic neurobiological mechanisms and clinical manifestations. Some of the Bulletin content is invited as special features or manuscripts organized as a theme by special guest editors. Most pages of the Bulletin are devoted to unsolicited manuscripts of high quality that report original data or where we can provide a special venue for a major study or workshop report. Supplement issues are sometimes provided for manuscripts reporting from a recent conference. Schizophrenia Bulletin is a peer-reviewed medical journal which covers research relating to the etiology and treatment of schizophrenia. The journal is published bimonthly by Oxford University Press in association with the Maryland Psychiatric Research Center and Schizophrenia International Research Society.

Highly Cited Keywords

ISSN
0586-7614
ISSN

The ISSN of Schizophrenia Bulletin is 0586-7614 . An ISSN is an 8-digit code used to identify newspapers, journals, magazines and periodicals of all kinds and on all media–print and electronic.

ISSN (Online)
1745-1701
ISSN (Online)

The ISSN (Online) of Schizophrenia Bulletin is 1745-1701 . An ISSN is an 8-digit code used to identify newspapers, journals, magazines and periodicals of all kinds and on all media–print and electronic.

Publisher
Oxford University Press
Publisher

Schizophrenia Bulletin is published by Oxford University Press .

Publication Frequency
Bimonthly
Publication Frequency

Schizophrenia Bulletin publishes reports Bimonthly .

Coverage
1973 - Present
Coverage

The Publication History of Schizophrenia Bulletin covers 1973 - Present .

Open Access
NO
Open Access

Schizophrenia Bulletin is Subscription-based (non-OA) Journal. Publishers own the rights to the articles in their journals. Anyone who wants to read the articles should pay by individual or institution to access the articles. Anyone who wants to use the articles in any way must obtain permission from the publishers.

Publication Fee
Publication Fee

There is no publication fee for submiting manuscript to Schizophrenia Bulletin. Schizophrenia Bulletin is Subscription-based (non-OA) Journal. Publishers own the rights to the articles in their journals. Anyone who wants to read the articles should pay by individual or institution to access the articles.

Language
English
Language

The language of Schizophrenia Bulletin is English .

Country/Region
United Kingdom
Country/Region

The publisher of Schizophrenia Bulletin is Oxford University Press , which locates in United Kingdom .

Selected Articles

Full Title Authors
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F52. EFFICACY AND SAFETY OF LURASIDONE IN ADOLESCENTS WITH SCHIZOPHRENIA: INTERIM ANALYSIS OF A 24-MONTH, OPEN-LABEL EXTENSION STUDY Stephanie M. Perez · Daniel J. Lodge · Daniel J. Lodge
T17. OXIDATIVE STRESS BIOMARKERS AND NEGATIVE DIMENSION IN THE FIRST TEN YEARS OF SCHIZOPHRENIA: A 1-YEAR FOLLOW-UP STUDY Petra Viher · Ahmed Abdulkadir · Katharina Stegmayer · Peter Savadijev · Marek Kubicki · Nikos Makris · Sarina Karmacharya · Andrea Federspiel · Stephan Bohlhalter · Tim Vanbellingen · René Martin Müri · Roland Wiest · Werner Strik · Sebastian Walther · Sebastian Walther
F23. LOW-GRADE INFLAMMATORY PROFILE IN FIRST-EPISODE PSYCHOSIS: RESULTS FROM THE STREAM STUDY IN BRAZIL Robert E. Davis · Alex Dmitrienko · Steven Glass · Susan Kozauer · Jelena Saillard · Michal Weingart · Andrew Satlin · Sharon Mates · Christoph U. Correll · Kimberly E. Vanover · Kimberly E. Vanover
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Symptoms and Psychosis in 22q11.2 Deletion Syndrome Andrea Raballo · Andrea Raballo
Effectiveness of Long-Acting Injectable vs Oral Antipsychotics in Patients With Schizophrenia: A Meta-analysis of Prospective and Retrospective Cohort Studies T. M. Luhrmann · T. M. Luhrmann
Predicting Remission in Subjects at Clinical High Risk for Psychosis Using Mismatch Negativity Maria Niarchou · Maria Niarchou · Maria Niarchou · Monica E. Calkins · Tyler M. Moore · Sunny X. Tang · Donna M. McDonald-McGinn · Donna M. McDonald-McGinn · Elaine H. Zackai · Elaine H. Zackai · Beverly S. Emanuel · Beverly S. Emanuel · Ruben C. Gur · Raquel E. Gur · Raquel E. Gur · Raquel E. Gur
Improving Work Outcome in Supported Employment for Serious Mental Illness: Results From 2 Independent Studies of Errorless Learning Taishiro Kishimoto · Katsuhiko Hagi · Masahiro Nitta · Stefan Leucht · Mark Olfson · John M. Kane · Christoph U. Correll · Christoph U. Correll
O2.3. AUTOMATED ANALYSIS OF RECENT-ONSET AND PRODROMAL SCHIZOPHRENIA Jarmo Hietala · Jarmo Hietala
EXPOSURE TO NITROGEN DIOXIDE DURING CHILDHOOD IS ASSOCIATED WITH INCREASED RISK OF SCHIZOPHRENIA Leticia González-Blanco · M. Paz García-Portilla · Leticia García-Álvarez · Lorena de la Fuente-Tomás · Pilar Saiz-Martinez · Celso Iglesias · Ana Coto · Julio Bobes · Julio Bobes
Rethinking Body Ownership in Schizophrenia: Experimental and Meta-analytical Approaches Show no Evidence for Deficits Marjorie A. Garvey · Bruce N. Cuthbert · Bruce N. Cuthbert
F46. LUMATEPERONE (ITI-007): FAVORABLE SAFETY PROFILE IN AN OPEN LABEL SAFETY SWITCHING STUDY FROM STANDARD-OF-CARE ANTIPSYCHOTIC THERAPY IN PATIENTS WITH SCHIZOPHRENIA Jung Suk Lee · Mi-Ae Ko · Seon-Koo Lee · Seon-Koo Lee
Latent Profile Analysis and Conversion to Psychosis: Characterizing Subgroups to Enhance Risk Prediction Albulena Shaqiri · Maya Roinishvili · Mariia Kaliuzhna · Mariia Kaliuzhna · Mariia Kaliuzhna · Ophélie Favrod · Eka Chkonia · Eka Chkonia · Michael H. Herzog · Olaf Blanke · Olaf Blanke · Roy Salomon · Roy Salomon
42.4 THE ENDOCANNABINOID SYSTEM IN FIRST-EPISODE PSYCHOSIS Branden J. Stansley · Max E. Joffe · Samantha E. Yohn · Craig W. Lindsley · Colleen M. Niswender · P. Jeffrey Conn · P. Jeffrey Conn
The Relationship Between Clinical and Personal Recovery in Patients With Schizophrenia Spectrum Disorders: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis Naoto Yokoyama · Hitoshi Sasaki · Yasuo Mori · Miki Ono · Kousuke Tsurumi · Ryosaku Kawada · Yukiko Matsumoto · Yujiro Yoshihara · Genichi Sugihara · Jun Miyata · Toshiya Murai · Hidehiko Takahashi · Hidehiko Takahashi
S145. ANTIPSYCHOTIC DISCONTINUATION IN FIRST EPISODE PSYCHOSIS: [18F]DOPA AND [11C]RACLOPRIDE PET STUDY Alan Kott · David G. Daniel · David G. Daniel
T24. REDOX REGULATORS AND OXIDATIVE STRESS IN SCHIZOPHRENIA Sagnik Bhattacharyya · Robin Wilson · Paul Allen · Matthijs G. Bossong · Elizabeth Appiah-Kusi · Philip McGuire · Philip McGuire
Neural Responses to Smoking Cues in Schizophrenia Robin Michael Van Eck · Thijs Jan Burger · Astrid Vellinga · Frederike Schirmbeck · Lieuwe de Haan · Lieuwe de Haan
F122. CLINICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF LATE-ONSET SCHIZOPHRENIA IN COMPARISON WITH EARLY-ONSET SCHIZOPHRENIA: ONE YEAR FOLLOW-UP STUDY Alexandra Andrea · LeeAnn Shan · Cristina Garcia · Christina Savage · Melanie E. Bennett · Jack J. Blanchard · Jack J. Blanchard
Episodic Memory for Dynamic Social Interaction Across Phase of Illness in Schizophrenia Lauren V. Moran · Jennifer Betts · Dost Öngür · Amy C. Janes · Amy C. Janes
Systemic Biomarkers of Accelerated Aging in Schizophrenia: A Critical Review and Future Directions Paolo Fusar-Poli · Marco Cappucciati · A. De Micheli · Grazia Rutigliano · Ilaria Bonoldi · Stefania Tognin · Ramella-Cravaro · Augusto Castagnini · Philip McGuire · Philip McGuire
Embracing Psychosis: A Cognitive Insight Intervention Improves Personal Narratives and Meaning-Making in Patients With Schizophrenia Junghee Lee · Keith H. Nuechterlein · Barbara J. Knowlton · Carrie E. Bearden · Tyrone D. Cannon · Alan Page Fiske · Livon Ghermezi · Jacqueline N. Hayata · Gerhard Hellemann · William P. Horan · Kimmy S. Kee · Robert S. Kern · Kenneth L. Subotnik · Catherine A. Sugar · Joseph Ventura · Cindy M. Yee · Michael F. Green · Michael F. Green
Child Maltreatment and Clinical Outcome in Individuals at Ultra-High Risk for Psychosis in the EU-GEI High Risk Study Tanya T. Nguyen · Lisa T. Eyler · Dilip V. Jeste · Dilip V. Jeste
Social Disconnection in Schizophrenia and the General Community Steffen Moritz · Candelaria Mahlke · Stefan Westermann · Friederike Ruppelt · Paul H. Lysaker · Thomas Bock · Christina Andreou · Christina Andreou · Christina Andreou
T39. NEURAL MECHANISMS OF METABOTROPIC GLUTAMATE RECEPTOR 3 MEDIATED ENHANCEMENT OF SYNAPTIC PLASTICITY AND COGNITION Monica E. Calkins · Tyler M. Moore · Daniel H. Wolf · Theodore D. Satterthwaite · David R. Roalf · Bruce I. Turetsky · Christian G. Kohler · Kosha Ruparel · Ruben C. Gur · Raquel E. Gur · Raquel E. Gur
T177. Structural organization of the praxis network predicts gesture production: evidence from healthy subjects and patients with schizophrenia Crystal Morris · Elham Sadeh · Greg McMillan · Sharman Robertson · Sharman Robertson
Delta Vs Gamma Auditory Steady State Synchrony in Schizophrenia Jason Schiffman · Jason Schiffman
F101. CANNABIS USE AND HEPATIC STEATOSIS IN PSYCHOSIS: RESULTS FROM A 3-YEAR LONGITUDINAL STUDY Rachele Sanfelici · Dominic Dwyer · Anne Ruef · Linda A. Antonucci · Nikolaos Koutsouleris · Nikolaos Koutsouleris
The Potential of Cannabidiol Treatment for Cannabis Users With Recent-Onset Psychosis Sarah Reeve · Richard Emsley · Bryony Sheaves · Daniel Freeman · Daniel Freeman
Mismatch Negativity But Not P300 Is Associated With Functional Disability in Schizophrenia Jeffrey W. Swanson · Jeffrey W. Swanson
T43. TRANSCRANIAL DIRECT-CURRENT STIMULATION (TDCS) IN PATIENTS WITH ULTRA-TREATMENT-REFRACTORY AUDITORY HALLUCINATIONS Sussie Antonsen · Pearl L. H. Mok · Roger Webb · Preben Bo Mortensen · John J. McGrath · Esben Agerbo · Jørgen Brandt · Camilla Geels · Carsten Bøcker Pedersen · Carsten Bøcker Pedersen
F85. THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN JUMPING TO CONCLUSIONS AND NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL FUNCTIONING IN SCHIZOPHRENIA Mary Cannon · Mary Cannon
O7.6. META-ANALYSIS OF EFFICACY OF COGNITIVE ENHANCERS FOR PATIENTS WITH SCHIZOPHRENIA-SPECTRUM DISORDERS Köksal Alptekin · Simge Altinok · Halis Ulas · Banu Değirmencioğlu · Berna Akded · Berna Akded
24.2 NEUROCOGNITIVE PROFILES IN THE PRODROME TO PSYCHOSIS IN NAPLS-1 Catherine Weiss · Erin MacKenzie · Francois Therrien · Peter Zhang · Stine Meehan · Stine Meehan
10.1 STEM CELL-DERIVED IN VITRO MODELS FOR DEPICTING THE ROLE OF GLIA IN SCHIZOPHRENIA FROM A PROTEOMIC PERSPECTIVE Lawrence S. Kegeles · Erin Stolz · Xiangling Mao · Najate Ojeil · Raphael Massuda · Mariana Pedrini · Maryam Bayatmokhtari · Mark Slifstein · Anissa Abi-Dargham · Matthew S. Milak · Carolyn I. Rodriguez · Chi-Ming Chen · Dikoma C. Shungu · Dikoma C. Shungu
35. PREVENTION OF PSYCHOSIS: AN INDIVIDUAL OR POPULATION APPROACH? Jack Cotter · Kiri Granger · Jennifer H. Barnett · Jennifer H. Barnett
S112. RELATION BETWEEN EARLY-ONSET PSYCHOSIS AND FORMAL THOUGHT DISORDER IN SCHIZOPHRENIA Cynthia Shannon Weickert · Cynthia Shannon Weickert
T50. SYMPTOMATIC AND FUNCTIONAL RESPONSE TO BREXPIP RAZOLE TREATMENT IN PATIENTS WITH ACUTE SCHIZOPHRENIA BY AGE Julien Laloyaux · Alberto Collazzoni · Isabella Kusztrits · Marco Hirnstein · Kristiina Kompus · Josef J. Bless · Frank Laroi · Frank Laroi
Comorbid Diabetes and Depression in a National Sample of Adults With Psychosis David L. Braff · Carol A. Tamminga · Carol A. Tamminga
3.3 DISTURBANCES IN NEURAL OSCILLATIONS, GLUTAMATE, AND GABA: EFFECTS OF KETAMINE AND COMPARISON TO SCHIZOPHRENIA Cinthia Higuchi · Hugo Cogo-Moreira · Bruno Bertolucci · Christoph U. Correll · Cristiano Noto · Quirino Cordeiro · Rosana Freitas · Sintia Iole Belangero · Rodrigo Affonseca Bressan · Ary Gadelha · Ary Gadelha
T79. AFFECTIVE FACE PROCESSING IN SCHIZOPHRENIA: DISORDER-SPECIFIC OR TRANSDIAGNOSTIC DEFICIT? Anna Hester Ver Loren van Themaat · Jens Richardt Møllegaard Jepsen · Camilla Jerlang Christiani · Merete Nordentoft · Merete Nordentoft
15. ON THE ROAD TO CURING SCHIZOPHRENIA Thomas Pollak · Thomas Pollak
F123. BELIEFS ABOUT THEIR VOICES AND DEGREE OF RESILIENCE IN PERSONS WITH AUDITORY VERBAL HALLUCINATIONS WITH AND WITHOUT NEED FOR CARE Ana Pinheiro · Michael Schwartze · Sonja A. Kotz · Sonja A. Kotz
F119. MULTILEVEL ANALYSIS IMPROVES THE MODEL FIT OF THE DIMENSIONAL STRUCTURE OF THE PANSS IN PATIENTS WITH SCHIZOPHRENIA Martyna Krężołek · Łukasz Gawęda · Łukasz Gawęda
F205. OLFACTORY IDENTIFICATION IN 7-YEAR OLD CHILDREN AT FAMILIAL RISK TO DEVELOP SCHIZOPHRENIA Christina J. Herold · Céline Duval · Marc M. Lässer · Ulrich Seidl Seidl · Dusan Hirjak · Philipp A. Thomann · Johannes Schröder · Johannes Schröder
38.2 NEURONAL AUTOANTIBODIES IN PSYCHOSIS: ENOUGH ABOUT PREVALENCE, WHATS THE RELEVANCE? Jean-Pierre Lindenmayer · Tania Sultana · Amandeep Kaur · Rang Yang · Anzalee Khan · Mila Kirstie-Kulsa · Isidora Ljuri · Benedicto Parker · Benedicto Parker
Social Identity and Psychosis: Associations and Psychological Mechanisms I-Jun Chou · I-Jun Chou · Chang-Fu Kuo · Chang-Fu Kuo · Yu-Shu Huang · Yu-Shu Huang · Matthew J. Grainge · Ana M. Valdes · Lai-Chu See · Lai-Chu See · Kuang-Hui Yu · Kuang-Hui Yu · Shue-Fen Luo · Shue-Fen Luo · Lu-Shuang Huang · Wen-Yi Tseng · Wen-Yi Tseng · Weiya Zhang · Michael Doherty · Michael Doherty
Overexpression of Truncated Human DISC1 Induces Appearance of Hindbrain Oligodendroglia in the Forebrain During Development May-May Meijer · May-May Meijer
Widespread Volumetric Reductions in Schizophrenia and Schizoaffective Patients Displaying Compromised Cognitive Abilities Jason C. McIntyre · Sophie Wickham · Ben Barr · Richard P. Bentall · Richard P. Bentall
Prospective Relationships Between Motivation and Functioning in Recovery After a First Episode of Schizophrenia Pavel Katsel · Peter Fam · Weilun Tan · Sonia Khan · Chunxia Yang · Yan Jouroukhin · Sergei Rudchenko · Mikhail V. Pletnikov · Vahram Haroutunian · Vahram Haroutunian
S140. VOICE-SELECTIVE FORWARD MODEL ABNORMALITIES IN NONCLINICAL VOICE HEARERS Javier Vázquez-Bourgon · Lucía Sanchez Blanco · Ruth Landera Rodriguez · Esther Setién Suero · Rodrigo Romero Jiménez · Diana Tordesillas-Gutierrez · Rosa Ayesa Arriola · Benedicto Crespo-Facorro · Benedicto Crespo-Facorro
T82. THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SOURCE MONITORING DEFICITS AND NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL FUNCTIONING IN SCHIZOPHRENIA Fabiana Maria das Graças Corsi-Zuelli · Camila Marcelino Loureiro · Fachim Helene Aparecida · Rosana Shuhama · Menezes Paulo Rossi · Paulo Louzada-Junior · Del-Ben Cristina Marta · Del-Ben Cristina Marta
Improvement in Negative Symptoms and Functioning in Cognitive-Behavioral Social Skills Training for Schizophrenia: Mediation by Defeatist Performance Attitudes and Asocial Beliefs Jan Scott · Jan Scott · Steven Marwaha · Aswin Ratheesh · Iain Macmillan · Alison R. Yung · Alison R. Yung · Richard Morriss · Ian B. Hickie · Andreas Bechdolf · Andreas Bechdolf
T67. NEUROLOGICAL SOFT SIGNS IN THE COURSE OF SCHIZOPHRENIA: A LONGITUDINAL ANALYSIS IN CHRONIC SCHIZOPHRENIA Guillermo A. Cecchi · Cheryl Corcoran · Cheryl Corcoran
17.3 EFFECT OF CANNABIDIOL ON SYMPTOMS, DISTRESS AND NEUROPHYSIOLOGICAL ABNORMALITIES IN CLINICAL HIGH-RISK FOR PSYCHOSIS PATIENTS: A PLACEBO-CONTROLLED STUDY Oleguer Plana Ripoll · Carsten Bøcker Pedersen · Esben Agerbo · Thomas Munk Laursen · Preben Bo Mortensen · John J. McGrath · John J. McGrath
S75. MALADAPTIVE SOCIAL-EVALUATIVE AND SELF-BELIEFS INFORMING THE RELATION BETWEEN PARANOIA AND SOCIAL ANXIETY Jessica C. Bird · Felicity Waite · Daniel Freeman · Daniel Freeman
34.4 IMPROVING THE DETECTION OF INDIVIDUALS AT RISK OF PSYCHOSIS IN THE COMMUNITY: A NEURODEVELOPMENTAL PERSPECTIVE Kim Q. Do · Kim Q. Do
22q11.2 Deletion Syndrome Is Associated With Impaired Auditory Steady-State Gamma Response Simon S.Y. Lui · Simon S.Y. Lui · Tian-xiao Yang · Chris L. Y. Ng · Peony T.Y. Wong · Jessica Oi-yin Wong · Ulrich Ettinger · Eric F.C. Cheung · Raymond C.K. Chan · Raymond C.K. Chan
T215. CLINICAL PREDICTORS OF HOSPITALIZTIONS IN FIRST EPISODE PSYCHOTIC PATIENTS: A NATURALISTIC FOLLOW UP STUDY Shi Hyun Kang · Jong Il Lee · Jong Il Lee
T226. CLINICAL PREDICTORS OF FUNCTIONAL CAPACITY IN TREATMENT RESISTANT SCHIZOPHRENIA PATIENTS: COMPARISON WITH RESPONDER PATIENTS, ROLE OF NEGATIVE SYMPTOMS, PROBLEM SOLVING DYSFUNCTIONS, AND NEUROLOGICAL SOFT SIGNS Michael L. Birnbaum · Chantel Garrett · Amit Baumel · Asra F. Rizvi · Whitney Muscat · John M. Kane · John M. Kane
Cross-Tissue Exploration of Genetic and Epigenetic Effects on Brain Gray Matter in Schizophrenia Giusi Moffa · Giusi Moffa · Gennaro Catone · Jack Kuipers · Elizabeth Kuipers · Elizabeth Kuipers · Daniel Freeman · Steven Marwaha · Belinda R. Lennox · Matthew R. Broome · Matthew R. Broome · Paul Bebbington · Paul Bebbington
Too Fast or Too Slow?: Time and Neuronal Variability in Bipolar Disorder-A Combined Theoretical and Empirical Investigation James B. Kirkbride · James B. Kirkbride · Yasir Hameed · Konstantinos Ioannidis · Gayatri Ankireddypalli · Carolyn M Crane · Mukhtar Nasir · Nikolett Kabacs · Antonio Metastasio · Oliver Jenkins · Ashkan Espandian · Styliani Spyridi · Danica Ralevic · Suneetha Siddabattuni · Ben Walden · Adewale Adeoye · Jesus Perez · Peter B. Jones · Peter B. Jones
Structural and functional neuroimaging of polygenic risk for schizophrenia: a recall-by-genotype based approach Christoph Mulert · Christoph Mulert
F58. COMMUNITY-BASED MULTI-SITE RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL OF BEHAVIORAL ACTIVATION FOR NEGATIVE SYMPTOMS OF INDIVIDUALS WITH CHRONIC SCHIZOPHRENIA Ian Kelleher · Ian Kelleher
F226. CLINICAL FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH CONTINUATION OF LONG-ACTING INJECTABLE ANTIPSYCHOTIC MEDICATION: RETROSPECTIVE CHART REVIEW Sylvia Romanowska · Glenda MacQueen · Benjamin I. Goldstein · JianLi Wang · Sidney H. Kennedy · Signe Bray · Catherine Lebel · Jean Addington · Jean Addington
Altered White Matter Connectivity Within and Between Networks in Antipsychotic-Naive First-Episode Schizophrenia Alfredo Ortega-Alonso · Jesper Ekelund · Jesper Ekelund · Antti-Pekka Sarin · Antti-Pekka Sarin · Jouko Miettunen · Jouko Miettunen · Juha Veijola · Juha Veijola · Marjo-Riitta Järvelin · William Hennah · William Hennah
F120. USING DIGITAL MEDIA ADVERTISING IN EARLY PSYCHOSIS INTERVENTION Eoin Killackey · Kristi van der El · Heather Stavely · Heather Stavely
6.3 EEG AS A TOOL FOR PSYCHOSIS RESEARCH: CHALLENGES, PITFALLS AND NEW OPPORTUNITIES Oon Him Peh · Attilio Rapisarda · Kang Sim · Jimmy Lee · Jimmy Lee
Cumulative Effects of Neighborhood Social Adversity and Personal Crime Victimization on Adolescent Psychotic Experiences Marina Dieterich · Claire B Irving · Hanna Bergman · Mariam A Khokhar · Bert Park · Max Marshall · Max Marshall
Diagnostic and Prognostic Significance of DSM-5 Attenuated Psychosis Syndrome in Services for Individuals at Ultra High Risk for Psychosis Rajiv Radhakrishnan · Muzaffer Kaser · Sinan Guloksuz · Sinan Guloksuz · Sinan Guloksuz
Sex and Diffusion Tensor Imaging of White Matter in Schizophrenia: A Systematic Review Plus Meta-analysis of the Corpus Callosum Joanne Barbara Newbury · Louise Arseneault · Avshalom Caspi · Terrie E. Moffitt · Candice L. Odgers · Helen L. Fisher · Helen L. Fisher
O9.3. PSYCHOTIC EXPERIENCES IN COMMON MENTAL DISORDERS AND AS CLINICAL MARKERS OF RISK FOR SUICIDAL BEHAVIOUR Junzhe Xu · Jianxin Yuan · Te-An Chen · Anna Li · Meghan Helm · Steve Dubovsky · Steve Dubovsky
S80. NEUROCOGNITIVE FUNCTIONING IN YOUTH AT RISK OF SERIOUS MENTAL ILLNESS Rosa Ayesa-Arriola · Esther Setién-Suero · Diana Tordesillas-Gutiérrez · Benedicto Crespo-Facorro · Benedicto Crespo-Facorro
Effectiveness of Prescription-Based CNS Stimulants on Hospitalization in Patients With Schizophrenia: A Nation-Wide Register Study Felipe V. Gomes · Anthony A. Grace · Anthony A. Grace
Reduced Short-latency Afferent Inhibition in Prefrontal but not Motor Cortex and its Association With Executive Function in Schizophrenia: A Combined TMS-EEG Study Brita Elvevåg · Brita Elvevåg · Peter W. Foltz · Peter W. Foltz · Mark Rosenstein · Ramon Ferrer-i-Cancho · Simon De Deyne · Eduardo Mizraji · Alex S. Cohen · Alex S. Cohen
F253. A FIDELITY TOOL FOR THE AUSTRALIAN EARLY PSYCHOSIS SYSTEM Fiona Gaughran · John Lally · Khalida Ismail · David Hopkins · Shubulade Smith · Kathryn Greenwood · Poonam Sood · Brendon Stubbs · Dominic Stringer · Daniel Stahl · Anthony S. David · Robin M. Murray · Anita Patel · Anita Patel
T28. QUALITY OF PARENTAL BONDING AMONG INDIVIDUALS WITH ULTRA-HIGH RISK OF PSYCHOSIS AND SCHIZOPHRENIA PATIENTS Michael John Owen · Michael John Owen
T186. ASSOCIATION BETWEEN POLYMORPHISMS OF THE NEUREGULIN 1 (NRG1) GENE AND SCHIZOPHRENIA Rebecca Hughes · Jayde Whittingham-Dowd · Greg Bristow · Stephen Clapcote · Susan Broughton · Neil Dawson · Neil Dawson
F124. SEX DIFFERENCES IN OUTCOME IN FIRST EPISODE PSYCHOSIS PATIENTS: A 10-YEAR FOLLOW-UP STUDY Euitae Kim · Euitae Kim
O5.2. PREDICTORS OF CARDIOMETABOLIC RISK IN THE YEAR AFTER ONSET OF PSYCHOSIS: A PROSPECTIVE COHORT STUDY Eun Jin Kim · Yong-Chun Bahk · Kee-Hong Choi · Kee-Hong Choi
9. DOES BIOLOGY READ THE DSM? TRANSDIAGNOSTIC FINDINGS IN PSYCHOSIS AND IMPLICATIONS FOR TREATMENT Cristina Marta Del-Ben · Shuhama Rosana · Camila Marcelino Loureiro · Taciana Ragazzi · Daniela Zanatta · Silvia Tenan · Jair Ferreira-Santos · Paulo Louzada-Junior · A.D. Santos · Craig Morgan · Paulo Rossi Menezes · Paulo Rossi Menezes
S76. A BEHAVIOURAL ECONOMIC ANALYSIS OF EFFORT-RELATED CHOICE IN SCHIZOPHRENIA Eunbyeol Lee · Yun-Ji Cha · Ji-Hye Oh · Na-Ri Hwang · Kee-Hong Choi · Ho-Jun Seo · Ho-Jun Seo
F125. POOR OUTCOME SCHIZOPHRENIA (KRAEPELINIAN SUB-TYPE): SOCIAL COGNITIVE AND NEURODEVELOPMENTAL MARKERS Thomas Lancaster · Thomas Lancaster · Stavros L. Dimitriadis · Katherine E. Tansey · Katherine E. Tansey · Gavin Perry · Niklas Ihssen · Derek K. Jones · Krish Devi Singh · Peter Holmans · Andrew Pocklington · George Davey Smith · Stan Zammit · Stan Zammit · Jeremy Hall · Jeremy Hall · Michael C. O’Donovan · Michael C. O’Donovan · Michael John Owen · Michael John Owen · David Edmund Johannes Linden · David Edmund Johannes Linden · David Edmund Johannes Linden
T254. IMPACT OF A DROP IN, OPEN ENDED, PSYCHO EDUCATIONAL GROUP ON CLIENT ENGAGEMENT IN AN EARLY PSYCHOSIS INTERVENTION PROGRAM Idaiane Batista de Assuncao-Leme · André Zugman · Luciana Monteiro de Moura · João Ricardo Sato · Deyvis Rocha · Bruno Bertolucci Ortiz · Cristiano Noto · Vanessa Kiyomi Ota · Sintia Iole Belangero · Rodrigo Affonseca Bressan · Andrea Parolin Jackowski · Ary Gadelha · Ary Gadelha
Following Instructions in Patients With Schizophrenia: The Benefits of Actions at Encoding and Recall May-May Meijer · May-May Meijer
Neurobiological Commonalities and Distinctions Among Three Major Psychiatric Diagnostic Categories: A Structural MRI Study May-May Meijer · May-May Meijer
A COMPREHENSIVE NATIONWIDE STUDY OF COMORBIDITY WITHIN TREATED MENTAL DISORDERS - A DANISH REGISTER-BASED STUDY Meghan Bowtell · Scott Eaton · Kristen Thien · Melissa Bardell-Williams · Linglee Downey · Aswin Ratheesh · Eoin Killackey · Patrick D. McGorry · Brian O’Donoghue · Brian O’Donoghue
Stress-Dependent Association Between Polygenic Risk for Schizophrenia and Schizotypal Traits in Young Army Recruits Miao Chang · Fay Y. Womer · E Kale Edmiston · Chuan Bai · Qian Zhou · Xiaowei Jiang · Shengnan Wei · Yange Wei · Yuting Ye · Haiyan Huang · Yong He · Ke Xu · Yanqing Tang · Fei Wang · Fei Wang
ANXIETY IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF PSYCHOTIC EXPERIENCES IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW Sara Evans-Lacko · Petra C. Gronholm · Wagner Silva Ribeiro · Kristin R. Laurens · Kristin R. Laurens
16. DEVELOPMENTAL BIOMARKERS OF ENVIRONMENTAL ADVERSITY AND EPIGENETIC RISK FOR MAJOR PSYCHIATRIC DISORDERS: CLUES TO PATHOGENESIS Tuukka Mehtala · Satu Viertiö · Eila Sailas · Eila Sailas
T176. REDUCED WHITE MATTER CONNECTIVITY IN THE SPLENIUM OF THE CORPUS CALLOSUM IN TREATMENT-RESISTANT SCHIZOPHRENIA Thaís Martins · Thalita Fernandes · Diego Mendes · Gustavo Mustafé · Luis Fernando Pegoraro · Clarissa de Rosalmeida Dantas · Clarissa de Rosalmeida Dantas
T121. RATES AND PREDICTORS OF RELAPSE FOLLOWING DISCONTINUATION OF ANTIPSYCHOTIC MEDICATION AFTER A FIRST EPISODE OF PSYCHOSIS Maija Lindgren · Minna Torniainen-Holm · Inkeri Heiskanen · Greta Voutilainen · Ulla Pulkkinen · Tuukka Mehtälä · Markus Jokela · Tuula Kieseppa · Jaana Suvisaari · Sebastian Therman · Sebastian Therman
33.3 LEVELS OF AND IMPLICATIONS FOR PERSONAL STIGMA AND MENTAL HEALTH LITERACY IN RELATION TO PSYCHOSIS AMONG YOUNG PEOPLE WITH AND WITHOUT RISK OF DEVELOPING PSYCHOTIC DISORDER Ross Brannigan · Antti Tanskanen · Matti O Hunnunen · Mary Cannon · Finbarr P. Leacy · Mary Clarke · Mary Clarke
19.3 APPLYING COGNITIVE ADAPTATION TRAINING IN FINLAND: INTERIM RESULTS OF THE FINNISH CAT IMPLEMENTATION PROJECT Marquardt Lynn · Isabella Kusztrits · Alexander R. Craven · Kenneth Hugdahl · Marco Hirnstein · Marco Hirnstein
Abnormal Resting-State Connectivity in a Substantia Nigra-Related Striato-Thalamo-Cortical Network in a Large Sample of First-Episode Drug-Naïve Patients With Schizophrenia Paul-Christian Bürkner · Donald R. Williams · Trenton C. Simmons · Josh Woolley · Josh Woolley
T81. LONG-TERM COURSE OF COGNITIVE PERFORMANCE IN PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC SCHIZOPHRENIA Mhairi McDonald · Andrew Gumley · Stephen M. Lawrie · Matthias Schwannauer · Ruchika Gajwani · Joachim Gross · Peter J. Uhlhaas · Peter J. Uhlhaas
Isolated Mitochondria Transfer Improves Neuronal Differentiation of Schizophrenia-Derived Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells and Rescues Deficits in a Rat Model of the Disorder Matteo Martino · Matteo Martino · Paola Magioncalda · Paola Magioncalda · Hua Yu · Xiaojing Li · Qiang Wang · Yajing Meng · Wei Deng · Yinfei Li · Mingli Li · Xiaohong Ma · Timothy Joseph Lane · Niall W. Duncan · Niall W. Duncan · Georg Northoff · Tao Li · Tao Li
S66. THEORY OF MIND IN A FIRST-EPISODE PSYCHOSIS POPULATION USING THE HINTING TASK Qijing Bo · Xian-Bin Li · Wenlong Jiang · Changming Wang · Chuan-Yue Wang · Chuan-Yue Wang
S138. AN INVESTIGATION INTO THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN EXPOSURE TO PRENATAL STRESS AND RISK OF PSYCHOSIS IN OFFSPRING Melissa A. Weibell · Ingrid Melle · Inge Joa · Jan Olav Johannessen · Robert Jørgensen · Wenche ten Velden Hegelstad · Wenche ten Velden Hegelstad
The Validity and Sensitivity of PANSS-6 in the Clinical Antipsychotic Trials of Intervention Effectiveness (CATIE) Study Amir Sariaslan · Amir Sariaslan · Henrik Larsson · Henrik Larsson · Paul Lichtenstein · Seena Fazel · Seena Fazel
F209. TRANSCRANIAL DIRECT CURRENT STIMULATION (TDCS) IN A NON-CLINICAL POPULATION AS A MODEL FOR TREATMENT OF AUDITORY VERBAL HALLUCINATIONS IN SCHIZOPHRENIA Bita Vahdani · Alireza Armani kian · Abdolreza Esmaeilzadeh · Saeedeh Zenoozian · Vida Yousefi · Saeedeh Mazloomzadeh · Saeedeh Mazloomzadeh
Increased Striatal and Reduced Prefrontal Cerebral Blood Flow in Clinical High Risk for Psychosis Søren Dinesen Østergaard · Søren Dinesen Østergaard · Leslie Foldager · Ole Mors · Ole Mors · Per Bech · Christoph U. Correll · Christoph U. Correll · Christoph U. Correll
S214. USING ONLINE-SCREENING TO DETECT PARTICIPANTS AT CLINICAL HIGH-RISK FOR PSYCHOSIS Baptiste Pignon · Hugo Peyre · Aziz Ferchiou · Jim van Os · Bart Rutten · Robin M. Murray · Craig Morgan · Marion Leboyer · Franck Schürhoff · Andrei Szöke · Andrei Szöke
S15. ABNORMAL EYE TRACKING IN PATIENTS WITH SCHIZOPHRENIA UNDER THE SOCIAL SCENE Emmanuel Chevallier · Audrey Tanguy · Marie-Odile Krebs · Serge A. Mitelman · Monte S. Buchsbaum · Marie-Cécile Bralet · Marie-Cécile Bralet
Limbic Interference During Social Action Planning in Schizophrenia Neal R. Swerdlow · Melissa Tarasenko · Savita Bhakta · Jo Talledo · Alexis Alvarez · Erica Hughes · Brinda K. Rana · Sophia Vinogradov · Gregory A. Light · Gregory A. Light
T98. THE EFFECT OF SUBSTANCE USE ON 10-YEAR OUTCOME IN FIRST EPISODE PSYCHOSIS – EARLY CESSATION RESULTS IN BETTER OUTCOMES Gagan Fervaha · Ofer Agid · George Foussias · Hiroyoshi Takeuchi · Konstantine K. Zakzanis · Ariel Graff-Guerrero · Gary Remington · Gary Remington
S53. COMPARISON OF RALOXIFENE AND ISRADIPINE AS AN ADJUNCTIVE TREATMENT IN COGNITIVE DEFICITS OF PATIENTS WITH SCHIZOPHRENIA Olga Sparano · Pau Soldevila-Matias · Carlos Gonzalez · Lucia Bonet · Esther Lorente · Jose Miguel Carot · Julio Sanjuán · Julio Sanjuán
T132. ASSESSMENT OF CROSS-NATIONAL EQUIVALENCE OF THE COMMUNITY ASSESSMENT OF PSYCHIC EXPERIENCES (CAPE) Felice Iasevoli · Luigi Ambrosio · Danilo Notar Francesco · Eugenio Razzino · Camilla Avagliano · Elisabetta F. Buonaguro · Thomas L. Patterson · Andrea de Bartolomeis · Andrea de Bartolomeis
O10.7. INVESTIGATING THE MECHANISMS UNDERLYING THE BENEFICIAL EFFECTS OF ESTROGENS IN SCHIZOPHRENIA Juliana M. Nascimento · Daniel Martins-de-Souza · Verônica M. Saia-Cereda · Flávia Carvalho Alcantara Gomes · Stevens K. Rehen · Stevens K. Rehen
T191. RANDOMIZED DOUBLE-BLIND FEASIBILITY STUDY OF A GLUTEN-FREE DIET IN PEOPLE WITH SCHIZOPHRENIA AND ELEVATED ANTIGLIADIN ANTIBODIES (AGA IGG) Carrie E. Bearden · Eric C. Meyer · Anthony J. Giuliano · Jean Addington · Kristin S. Cadenhead · Tyrone D. Cannon · Barbara A. Cornblatt · Thomas H. McGlashan · Diana O. Perkins · Ming T. Tsuang · Elaine F. Walker · Scott W. Woods · Larry J. Seidman · Larry J. Seidman
F136. PARSING DUP TO REFINE EARLY DETECTION: QUANTILE REGRESSION OF RESULTS FROM THE SCANDINAVIAN TIPS STUDY Igne Sinkeviciute · Marieke Begemann · Merel Prikken · Bob Oranje · Erik Johnsen · Wan U. Lei · Kenneth Hugdahl · Rune A Kroken · Carina Rau · Jolien Jacobs · Silvia Mattaroccia · Iris E Sommer · Iris E Sommer
O4.6. GENOME-WIDE ASSOCIATION STUDY, HERITABILITY ESTIMATION AND POLYGENIC RISK ANALYSIS OF SUSCEPTIBILITY TO INFECTIONS IN 65,534 INDIVIDUALS WITH SEVERE MENTAL DISORDERS AND POPULATION CONTROLS Gemma Modinos · Alice Egerton · David Lythgoe · Gareth J. Barker · Katrina McMullen · Christian Keysers · André Aleman · Veena Kumari · Steven Williams · Steven Williams
9.3 PSYCHOSIS BIOTYPES VERSUS CLINICAL SYNDROMES THROUGH THE PRISM OF INTRINSIC NEURAL ACTIVITY Carolina Makowski · Christine L. Tardif · Gabriel A. Devenyi · Robert S.C. Amaral · Gabriella Buck · Ridha Joober · Ashok Malla · Jai Shah · M. Mallar Chakravarty · Martin Lepage · Martin Lepage
T173. GABA AND GLUTAMATE IN PATIENTS WITH 22Q11.2 DELETION SYNDROME AND HEALTHY VOLUNTEERS AND THE RELATION WITH COGNITION: A RANDOMIZED DOUBLE-BLIND 7TESLA PHARMACOLOGICAL MRS STUDY Antonella Trotta · Louise Arseneault · Avshalom Caspi · Andrea Danese · Terrie E. Moffitt · Carmine M. Pariante · Helen L. Fisher · Helen L. Fisher
O6.2. NEUROBIOLOGY OF PSYCHOMETRIC SCHIZOTYPY: INSIGHTS FROM MULTIMODAL IMAGING RESEARCH Josef J. Bless · Frank Laroi · Julien Laloyaux · Kristiina Kompus · Bodil Kråkvik · Einar Vedul-Kjelsås · Anne Martha Kalhovde · Kenneth Hugdahl · Kenneth Hugdahl
16.1 EPIGENETIC SIGNATURES OF CHILDHOOD AND ADOLESCENT VICTIMISATION USING A GENETICALLY SENSITIVE LONGITUDINAL COHORT STUDY Anne-Kari Torgalsbøen · Christine Mohn · Christine Mohn
T172. MULTIMODAL QUANTIFICATION OF MEMORY CIRCUIT MICROSTRUCTURE IN FIRST EPISODE PSYCHOSIS Amanda Baker · Ron Borland · Billie Bonevski · David Castle · Jill M. Williams · Catherine J. Segan · Peter J. Kelly · Alyna Turner · Lisa Brophy · Rohan Sweeney · Rohan Sweeney
O8.3. CLINICAL AND FUNCTIONAL OUTCOMES IN YOUNG ADULTHOOD OF CHILDREN WITH PSYCHOTIC SYMPTOMS: A LONGITUDINAL TWIN COHORT STUDY Laura Dellazizzo · Stéphane Potvin · Kieron O’Connor · Alexandre Dumais · Alexandre Dumais
T2. DO ADVERSE LIFE EVENTS AT FIRST ONSET OF AUDITORY VERBAL HALLUCINATIONS INFLUENCE SUBSEQUENT VOICE-CHARACTERISTICS? RESULTS FROM AN EPIDEMIOLOGICAL STUDY Jan P.A.M. Bogers · Raphael Schulte · Broekman Theo · Lieuwe de Haan · Lieuwe de Haan
T70. RECOVERY IN FIRST –EPISODE PSYCHOSIS: COGNITIVE, CLINICAL AND RESILIENCE (PERSONAL RESOURCES) TRAJECTORIES ACROSS 6 YEARS Chenxing Liu · Tetsu Kanazawa · Ye Tian · Suriati Saini · Christos Pantelis · Ian Everall · Chad A. Bousman · Chad A. Bousman
T92. QUITLINK: ACCESSIBLE SMOKING CESSATION SUPPORT FOR PEOPLE LIVING WITH SEVERE AND ENDURING MENTAL ILLNESS Shôn Lewis · Paolo Fraccaro · John Ainsworth · Matt Machin · Caroline Sanders · Zhimin He · Pauline Whelan · Charlotte Stockton-Powdrell · Richard Hopkins · Til Wykes · Til Wykes
S58. A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL COMPARING VIRTUAL REALITY THERAPY TO COGNITIVE BEHAVIORAL THERAPY IN SCHIZOPHRENIA WITH TREATMENT REFRACTORY HALLUCINATIONS: PRELIMINARY RESULTS Eleanor Smith · Trevor J. Crawford · Megan Thomas · Vincent M. Reid · Vincent M. Reid
F53. DOSE REDUCTION OF HIGH-DOSE FIRST-GENERATION ANTIPSYCHOTICS OR SWITCH TO ZIPRASIDONE IN LONG-STAY PATIENTS WITH SCHIZOPHRENIA: A 1-YEAR DOUBLE-BLIND RANDOMIZED CLINICAL TRIAL Igor Nenadic · Katharina Frisch · Bianca Besteher · Christian Gaser · Christian Gaser
F192. SYSTEMATIC META-ANALYSIS IDENTIFIES FIVE NOVEL ASSOCIATION LOCI FOR SCHIZOPHRENIA Tuulia Hyötyläinen · Tommi Suvitaival · Dawei Geng · Päivi Pöhö · Ismo Mattila · Jaana Suvisaari · Matej Orešič · Matej Orešič
O11.1. A RANDOMISED CONTROLLED TRIAL OF SMARTPHONE ACTIVE SYMPTOM MONITORING IN PSYCHOSIS Eva Rikandi · Teemu Mäntylä · Tuula Kieseppä · Jaana Suvisaari · Tuukka T. Raij · Tuukka T. Raij
F207. SCHIZOTYPY AND SENSORY GATING: A 6-MONTH-OLD EEG STUDY Philippe Conus · Margot Fournier · Lijing Xin · Martine Cleusix · Philipp S. Baumann · Carina Ferrari · Ann Cousins · Luis Alameda · Mehdi Mohammad Gholam-Razaee · Philippe Golay · Raoul Jenni · Tsung-Ung W. Woo · Matcheri S. Keshavan · Chin B. Eap · Joanne Wojcik · Michel Cuenod · Thierry Buclin · Rolf Gruetter · Larry J. Seidman · Kim Q. Do · Kim Q. Do
T162. LEFT PREFRONTAL GYRIFICATION IN HEALTHY SUBJECTS ASSOCIATED WITH SUBCLINICAL PSYCHOTICISM PHENOTYPE Andrei Pikalov · Brian J. Miller · Cynthia Siu · Michael Tocco · Joyce Tsai · Philip D. Harvey · Antony Loebel · Antony Loebel
42.3 METABOLOMICS APPROACHES TO STUDY METABOLIC CO-MORBIDITIES IN PSYCHOTIC DISORDERS Oliver Howes · Toby Pillinger · Katherine Beck · Enrico D’Ambrosio · Enrico D’Ambrosio
O3.4. INCREASED ENGAGEMENT OF THE FRONTO-PARIETAL NETWORK AND DECREASED ENGAGEMENT OF THE DEFAULT-MODE – CINGULO-OPERCULAR – SENSORIMOTOR BETWEEN-NETWORK CONNECTIVITY IN FIRST-EPISODE PSYCHOSIS PATIENTS Hyeonju Oh · Seon-Kyeong Jang · Kee-Hong Choi · Kee-Hong Choi
F44. AN ADD-ON TRIAL WITH N-ACETYL-CYSTEINE (NAC) IN EARLY PSYCHOSIS PATIENTS: TOWARDS BIOMARKER GUIDED TREATMENT Stanley Zammit · Hannah J. Jones · Suzanne H. Gage · Jon Heron · George Davey Smith · Glyn Lewis · Michael C. O’Donovan · Michael John Owen · James Tynan Rhys Walters · Marcus R. Munafò · Marcus R. Munafò
F60. INFLAMMATORY MARKERS AND COGNITIVE PERFORMANCE IN PATIENTS WITH SCHIZOPHRENIA TREATED WITH LURASIDONE Anthony Harris · Annie M. Brennan · Leanne M. Williams · Leanne M. Williams
42.1 BODY AND MIND: CARDIO-METABOLIC AND IMMUNE FUNCTION IN FIRST EPISODE PSYCHOSIS AND COMPARISON WITH CENTRAL NEUROFUNCTIONAL MEASURES Johann Steiner · Johann Steiner
F103. A META-ANALYSIS OF PERSONALITY TRAITS IN DUAL DIAGNOSIS PSYCHOSIS AND SUBSTANCE USE DISORDER Meneshka Ponnampalam · Meneshka Ponnampalam
T128. THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN GENETIC RISK FOR SCHIZOPHRENIA AND PATTERNS OF CIGARETTE AND CANNABIS USE IN ADOLESCENCE Tertia Purves-Tyson · Tertia Purves-Tyson
T195. GAMMA SYNCHRONY IS DYSFUNCTIONAL DURING COGNITIVE PROCESSING IN FIRST ONSET SCHIZOPHRENIA Elsa Gilbert · Thomas Paccalet · Valérie Jomphe · Daphné Lussier · Michel Maziade · Michel Maziade
T74. ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AND SCHIZOPHRENIA: A META-ANALYSIS Helen L. Fisher · Sarah J. Marzi · Louise Arseneault · Chloe Wong · Radhika Kandaswamy · Terrie E. Moffitt · Susanna Roberts · Jonathan Mill · Avshalom Caspi · Avshalom Caspi
S155. SENSORY ATTENUATION DURING AUDITORY PROCESSING IN PARTICIPANTS AT CLINICAL-HIGH RISK FOR PSYCHOSIS: EVIDENCE FROM MAGNETOENCEPHALOGRAPHY Claudia Vingerhoets · Desmond H.Y. Tse · Mathilde van Oudenaren · Esther D.A. van Duin · Dennis Hernaus · Jan Ramaekers · Jaap Janssen · Grainne M. McAlonan · Oswald Bloemen · Therese van Amelsvoort · Therese van Amelsvoort
F246. A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW COMPARING THE NEURAL CORRELATES OF EMPATHY ASSOCIATED WITH THE ONSET AND PROGRESSION OF SCHIZOPHRENIA Kristen A. Woodberry · William S. Stone · Daniel I. Shapiro · Cole M Chokran · Jean Addington · Carrie E. Bearden · Kristin S. Cadenhead · Tyrone D. Cannon · Barbara A. Cornblatt · Thomas H. McGlashan · Daniel H. Mathalon · Diana O. Perkins · Ming T. Tsuang · Elaine F. Walker · Scott W Woods · Larry J. Seidman · Larry J. Seidman
T57. EFFECTS OF 0.5MS AND 1.5MS PULSE-WIDTHS ON CARDIOVASCULAR FUNCTION IN SCHIZOPHRENIA PATIENTS RECEIVING ELECTROCONVULSIVE THERAPY Brett A. Clementz · Godfrey D. Pearlson · Carol A. Tamminga · John A. Sweeney · Matcheri S. Keshavan · Matcheri S. Keshavan
Loneliness in Psychosis: A Meta-analytical Review James Scott · Melissa Connell · Kim S. Betts · Rosa Alati · Jake M. Najman · Alexandra Clavarino · Abdullah Al Mamun · Gail M. Williams · John J. McGrath · John J. McGrath
Attacking Heterogeneity in Schizophrenia by Deriving Clinical Subgroups from Widely Available Symptom Data Sohee Park · Matthew Snodgress · Carissa Cascio · Lauri Nummenmaa · Taylor L. Benson · Jamie Michael · Enrico Glerean · Enrico Glerean
Data-Gathering, Belief flexibility, and Reasoning Across the Psychosis Continuum Junghee Lee · Junghee Lee
Predicting response to repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation in patients with schizophrenia using structural magnetic resonance imaging: a multisite machine learning analysis William T. Carpenter · William T. Carpenter
Multivariate Pattern Analysis of Genotype–Phenotype Relationships in Schizophrenia Qiong Wu · Christina Dalman · Håkan Karlsson · Glyn Lewis · David Osborn · Renee M. Gardner · Joseph Hayes · Joseph Hayes
The Circuitry of Dopamine System Regulation and its Disruption in Schizophrenia: Insights Into Treatment and Prevention Kristoffer Hougaard Madsen · Kristoffer Hougaard Madsen · Lærke G. Krohne · Lærke G. Krohne · Xin-Lu Cai · Yi Wang · Raymond C.K. Chan · Raymond C.K. Chan
Things I Do Not Like Tae Young Lee · J.J. Lee · Minah Kim · Eugenie Choe · Jun Soo Kwon · Jun Soo Kwon · Jun Soo Kwon
Coping Strategies Mediate the Effect of Stressful Life Events on Schizotypal Traits and Psychotic Symptoms in 22q11.2 Deletion Syndrome Dong-jie Xie · Hai-song Shi · Hai-song Shi · Simon S.Y. Lui · Chuan Shi · Ying Li · Karen K. Y. Ho · Karen S. Y. Hung · Wen-xiu Li · Zheng-hui Yi · Eric F.C. Cheung · Ann M. Kring · Raymond C.K. Chan · Raymond C.K. Chan
Childhood and Parental Asthma, Future Risk of Bipolar Disorder and Schizophrenia Spectrum Disorders: A Population-Based Cohort Study Robert M. G. Reinhart · Sohee Park · Geoffrey F. Woodman · Geoffrey F. Woodman
Perspectives on Machine Learning for Classification of Schizotypy Using fMRI Data Nicole R. Karcher · Nicole R. Karcher · Jessica P.Y. Hua · John G. Kerns · John G. Kerns
Can We Predict Psychosis Outside the Clinical High-Risk State? A Systematic Review of Non-Psychotic Risk Syndromes for Mental Disorders Lénie Torregrossa · Laura Hieber Adery · Megan Ichinose · Heathman Nichols · Alena Gizdic · Joshua W. Wade · Dayi Bian · Eric Granholm · Nilanjan Sarkar · Sohee Park · Sohee Park
Cross Cultural Validation and Extension of the Clinical Assessment Interview for Negative Symptoms (CAINS) in the Chinese Context: Evidence from a Spectrum Perspective Katharina Stegmayer · Andrea Federspiel · Roland Wiest · Sebastian Walther · Sebastian Walther
Localization and Elimination of Attentional Dysfunction in Schizophrenia During Visual Search Pirjo Mäki · Tiina Taka-Eilola · Graham K. Murray · Juha Veijola · Juha Veijola
Probabilistic Category Learning and Striatal Functional Activation in Psychosis Risk Rachel Upthegrove · Renate Reniers · Pavan Mallikarjun · Eva M. Meisenzahl · Katharine Chisholm · Stefan Borgwardt · Stephan Ruhrmann · Raimo K. R. Salokangas · Paolo Brambilla · Stephen J. Wood · Nikolaos Koutsouleris · Paris Alexandros Lalousis · Paris Alexandros Lalousis
T204. NOVEL VIRTUAL REALITY SOCIAL SKILLS TRAINING FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH SCHIZOPHRENIA Marie-Caroline Cotel · Romana Polacek · Ewelina M. Lenartowicz · Sridhar Natesan · Jonathan D. Cooper · Anthony C. Vernon · Anthony C. Vernon
T154. RESTING STATE PERFUSION IN THE REWARD SYSTEM LINKED TO DIMENSIONS OF NEGATIVE SYMPTOMS IN SCHIZOPHRENIA Anna Butjosa · Regina Vila-Badia · Núria Del Cacho · Itziar Riera-López de Aguileta · Mar Álvarez · Daniel Muñoz · Carme Saltó · Núria Grases · Susana Ochoa · Judith Usall · Judith Usall
T127. OFFSPRING OF ANTENATALLY DEPRESSED MOTHERS AND PARENTS WITH SEVERE MENTAL DISORDER – A LONG FOLLOW-UP IN THE NORTHERN FINLAND 1966 BIRTH COHORT Eric J. Tan · Denny Meyer · Erica Neill · Caroline Gurvich · Susan L. Rossell · Susan L. Rossell
S13. DO PATIENTS WITH RECENT-ONSET DEPRESSION DIFFER CLINICALLY AND NEUROBIOLOGICALLY FROM DEPRESSED PATIENTS WITH A CLINICAL HIGH-RISK STATE FOR PSYCHOSIS? Sabina Berretta · Gabriele Chelini · Harry Pantazopoulos · Harry Pantazopoulos
40.3 MATERNAL IMMUNE ACTIVATION AND CHRONIC HALOPERIDOL INTERACT TO INCREASE MICROGLIAL ACTIVATION IN VIVO: DO ANTIPSYCHOTICS INFLAME THE BRAIN? Maria Angelique Di Biase · Maria Angelique Di Biase · Vanessa Cropley · Luca Cocchi · Alex Fornito · Fernando Calamante · Eleni P. Ganella · Eleni P. Ganella · Christos Pantelis · Andrew Zalesky · Andrew Zalesky
T1. STRESSFUL LIFE EVENTS AND PERCEIVED STRESS IN THE SAMPLE OF PATIENTS WITH FIRST-EPISODE PSYCHOSIS AND HEALTHY CONTROLS: PRELIMINARY RESULTS Dhruva Ithal · Sayantanava Mitra · Shyam Sundar A · C. Naveen Kumar · Venkatapura J. Ramesh · B.N. Gangadhar · B.N. Gangadhar
T65. EVALUATING PATTERNS OF SEMANTIC AND EXECUTIVE DYSFUNCTION IN SCHIZOPHRENIA: A CLUSTER ANALYSIS APPROACH Lingling Hua · Marc Recasens · Tineke Grent-’t-Jong · Emmi Mikanmaa · Hanna Thuné · Andrew Gumley · Matthis Schwannauer · Stephen Lawire · Ruchika Gajwan Gajwan · Joachim Gross · Peter J. Uhlhaas · Peter J. Uhlhaas
10.3 GLIA-EXTRACELLULAR MATRIX INTERACTIONS IN THE PATHOPHYSIOLOGY OF SCHIZOPHRENIA AND BIPOLAR DISORDER Michael Eriksen Benros · Ron Nudel · Yunpeng Wang · Vivek Appadurai · Andrew J. Schork · Esben Agerbo · Thomas Werge · Merete Nordentoft · Preben Bo Mortensen · Alfonso Buil · Wesley K. Thompson · Wesley K. Thompson
O6.5. LINKING CORTICAL AND CONNECTIONAL PATHOLOGY IN SCHIZOPHRENIA Hannah Dickson · Alexis E. Cullen · Sheilagh Hodgins · James H. MacCabe · Kristin R. Laurens · Kristin R. Laurens
25. OLIGODENDROCYTE-BASED IMPAIRMENT OF BRAIN CONNECTIVITY AS TARGET FOR NEW TREATMENT STRATEGIES IN SCHIZOPHRENIA Philip D. Harvey · Kimberly E. Vanover · Robert E. Davis · David L. Penn · Amy E. Pinkham · Amy E. Pinkham
40. NEW INSIGHTS ON THE ROLE OF NEUROINFLAMMATION IN SCHIZOPHRENIA PATHOPHYSIOLOGY FROM POST MORTEM AND ANIMAL STUDIES Pavan Mallikarjun · Sabrina Meecham · Rachel Upthegrove · Paris Alexandros Lalousis · Anna Diukova · Dorothee P. Auer · Peter F. Liddle · Peter F. Liddle
7.2 ELECTRORETINOGRAPHIC ANOMALIES SEEN IN PATIENTS AFFECTED BY SCHIZOPHRENIA OR BIPOLAR DISORDER ARE DETECTABLE EARLY IN CHILDREN BORN TO AN AFFECTED PARENT: IMPLICATIONS FOR THE STAGING OF RISK STATUS IN CHILDHOOD-ADOLESCENCE Martyna Krężołek · Renata Pionke · Beata Banaszak · Andrzej Kokoszka · Łukasz Gawęda · Łukasz Gawęda
F15. DIFFERENTIAL EXPRESSION PATTERNS OF EPIDERMAL GROWTH FACTOR (EGF) AND IMMUNE SYSTEM MARKERS IN DORSOLATERAL PREFRONTAL (BA46) AND ORBITOFRONTAL (BA11) CORTICES IN SCHIZOPHRENIA AND MOOD DISORDER Britta Galling · Christoph U. Correll · Christoph U. Correll
F241. DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF THE SOCIAL FUNCTIONING ASSESSMENT SCALE (SFAS) FOR PEOPLE WITH SCHIZOPHRENIA IN TURKEY Tomoyasu Wakuda · Masamichi Yokokura · Kyoko Nakaizumi · Yasuhiko Kato · Yosuke Kameno · Masami Futatsubashi · Etsuji Yoshikawa · Yasuhiro Magata · Yasuomi Ouchi · Hidenori Yamasue · Nori Takei · Nori Takei
S72. PRO-SOCIAL PROSPECTIVE MEMORY PERFORMANCE IS ASSOCIATED WITH PLASMA OXYTOCIN LEVEL IN SEXUALLY DIMORPHIC WAY IN FIRST-DEGREE RELATIVES OF SCHIZOPHRENIA Sina Hafizi · Elisa Guma · Alex Koppel · Tania Da Silva · Michael Kiang · Sylvain Houle · Alan A. Wilson · Pablo Rusjan · M. Mallar Chakravarty · Romina Mizrahi · Romina Mizrahi
O11.5. EFFECTIVENESS OF COORDINATED SPECIALTY CARE FOR EARLY PSYCHOSIS Elias Mouchlianitis · Lucy Vanes · Erica F. Barry · Krisna Patel · Katie Wong · Lilla Porfy · Sukhi Shergill · Sukhi Shergill
Alterations of Intrinsic Connectivity Networks in Antipsychotic-Naïve First-Episode Schizophrenia Helene Hjelmervik · Alexander R. Craven · Erik Johnsen · Kristiina Kompus · Rune A. Kroken · Else-Marie Løberg · Kenneth Hugdahl · Kenneth Hugdahl
F148. A PILOT STUDY OF [11C] (R)-MEQAA PET BRAIN IMAGING ANALYSIS OF ALPHA 7 NICOTINIC ACETYLCHOLINE RECEPTORS AVAILABILITY IN SCHIZOPHRENIA Clare L. Beasley · Clare L. Beasley
S169. MICROGLIAL ACTIVATION AND MORPHOLOGICAL BRAIN ALTERATIONS IN PSYCHOSIS AND PSYCHOSIS RISK Laura Hieber Adery · Megan Ichinose · Lénie Torregrossa · Heathman Nichols · Dayi Bian · Joshua W. Wade · Eric Granholm · Nilanjan Sarkar · Sohee Park · Sohee Park
O6.8. GLUTAMATERGIC DYSFUCTION AND TREATMENT RESPONSE IN MINIMALLY TREATED AND CHRONIC SCHIZOPHRENIA PATIENTS Paolo Fusar-Poli · Paolo Fusar-Poli
F184. TESTING THE GABA-GLUTAMATE HYPOTHESIS FOR SCHIZOPHRENIA IN RELATION TO AUDITORY HALLUCINATIONS - PRELIMINARY RESULTS Hannah J. Jones · Jon Heron · Gemma Hammerton · Jan Stochl · Peter B. Jones · Mary Cannon · George Davey Smith · Peter Holmans · Glyn Lewis · David Ej Linden · Michael C. O’Donovan · Michael John Owen · James Tynan Rhys Walters · Stanley Zammit · Stanley Zammit
43.3 COMPLEMENT DYSREGULATION IN SCHIZOPHRENIA: IMPLICATIONS FOR POTENTIAL TREATMENT STRATEGIES Francesco Bernardini · Chiara Gobbicchi · Luigi Attademo · Severin Puchalski · Patrizia Moretti · Alfonso Tortorella · Gwenolé Loas · Gwenolé Loas
S243. EFFECTS OF A VIRTUAL REALITY SOCIAL TRAINING INTERVENTION ON LONELINESS AND SOCIAL COGNITION IN PATIENTS WITH SCHIZOPHRENIA Celso Arango · Celso Arango
34. IMPROVING THE DETECTION OF INDIVIDUALS AT RISK OF PSYCHOSIS Silke Bachmann · Johannes Schröder · Johannes Schröder
S139. INVESTIGATING THE GENETIC ARCHITECTURE OF GENERAL AND SPECIFIC PSYCHOPATHOLOGY IN ADOLESCENCE USING SCHIZOPHRENIA POLYGENIC SCORES Mauro Seves · Theresa Haidl · Susanne Eggers · Ayda Rostamzadeh · Anna Genske · Saskia Jünger · Christiane Woopen · Frank Jessen · Stephan Ruhrmann · Stephan Ruhrmann
S99. CANNABIS USE, PSYCHOTIC-LIKE EXPERIENCES AND ABERRANT SALIENCE IN A SAMPLE OF BELGIAN STUDENTS Melissa Parlar · Walter Heinrichs · Stephanie McDermid Vaz · Clayton Wilson · Farena Pinnock · Farena Pinnock
31. OPTIMISE-ING THE TREATMENT OF FIRST-EPISODE SCHIZOPHRENIA Dan Koren · Shulamit Radin-Gilboa · Yulia Libas · Dana Carmi · Dana Carmi
T8. NEUROLOGICAL SOFT SIGNS (NSS) IN SCHIZOPHRENIA: AN UPDATE ON THE STATE- VERSUS TRAIT-PERSPECTIVE Loureiro Camila Marcelino · Corsi-Zuelli Fabiana · Fachim Helene Aparecida · Shuhama Rosana · Joca Sâmia Regiane Lourenço · Menezes Paulo Rossi · Del-Ben Cristina Marta · Louzada-Junior Paulo · Paulo Louzada-Junir · Paulo Louzada-Junir
F167. ACCESS, UNDERSTAND, APPRAISE AND APPLY TO / OF HEALTH INFORMATION AND HEALTH LITERACY IN INDIVIDUALS AT-RISK FOR PSYCHOSIS: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW Neeltje E.M. van Haren · Setiaman Nikita · Martijn G.J.C. Koevoets · Heleen Baalbergen · Matthijs Vink · E. Mesman · René S. Kahn · Manon Hillegers · Manon Hillegers
T89. DEFINING COGNITIVENORMALITYIN SCHIZOPHRENIA: PREVALENCE OF BROAD AND NARROW CRITERIA AND RELATION TO CLINICAL AND FUNCTIONAL STATUS Aja Greve · Jens Richardt Møllegaard Jepsen · Erik Lykke Mortensen · Rudolf Uher · Lynn E. MacKenzie · Leslie Foldager · Ditte Lou Gantriis · Birgitte Klee Burton · Ditte Ellersgaard · Camilla Jerlang Christiani · Katrine Spang · Nicoline Hemager · Maria Toft Henriksen · Kate Kold Zahle · Henriette Stadsgaard · Anne Thorup · Merete Nordentoft · Kerstin Plessen · Ole Mors · Vibeke Bliksted · Vibeke Bliksted
33.2 CAN THE STIGMATIZING RISKS OF THE AT-RISK STATE BE REDUCED BY RELABELING IT HIGH-RISK HEALTH? PROMISING PILOT RESULTS FROM TWO EXPERIMENTAL VIGNETTE STUDIES AMONG THE GENERAL POPULATION AND MENTAL HEALTH PROFESSIONALS Irving Teng · Wc Chang · Hoi Ching Lee · Cheuk Fei Wong · Sui Fung Wo · Suet In Chan · Sanyin Chiu · L.M. Hui · K.W. Chan · Hm Lee · Yi Nam Suen · Eric Y.H. Chen · Eric Y.H. Chen
F11. TRANSLATIONAL STUDY OF GRIN1, GRIN2A AND 2B GENE EXPRESSION IN PATIENTS WITH SCHIZOPHRENIA AND ANIMAL MODELS Soo-Jeong Kim · Yeon-Ju Hong · Min-Woo Kim · Young Hoon Jung · Jae-Jin Kim · Jae-Jin Kim
F17. DIFFERENCES IN INTRACRANIAL VOLUME, IQ AND PSYCHOPATHOLOGY IN YOUNG OFFSPRING OF PATIENTS AFFECTED WITH SCHIZOPHRENIA OR BIPOLAR DISORDER Michel Maziade · Thomas Paccalet · Anne-Marie Gagné · Elsa Gilbert · Daphné Lussier · Marc Hébert · Valérie Jomphe · Nathalie Gingras · Nathalie Gingras
F84. ASSOCIATIONS BETWEEN INTELLIGENCE, VERBAL WORKING MEMORY AND PROCESSING SPEED IN PARENTS WITH SCHIZOPHRENIA OR BIPOLAR DISORDER AND THEIR 7-YEAR OLD OFFSPRING Maria Ferrara · Sinan Guloksuz · Shadie Burke · Fangyong Li · Svein Friis · Wenche ten Velden Hegelstad · Inge Joa · Jan Olav Johannessen · Ingrid Melle · Erik Simonsen · Vinod H. Srihari · Vinod H. Srihari
T250. CLINICAL CORRELATES OF SUBJECTIVE QUALITY OF LIFE IN INDIVIDUALS WITH AT-RISK MENTAL STATE FOR PSYCHOSIS IN HONG KONG Deanna L. Kelly · Haley Demyanovich · Katrina Rodriguez · Daniela Cihakova · Monica V. Talor · James M. Gold · Sharon August · Robert Buchanan · Stephanie Feldman · Fang Liu · William T. Carpenter · William W. Eaton · William W. Eaton
F222. CONCRETE THINKING PATTERN IN DAILY DECISION-MAKING PROCESS OF PATIENTS WITH SCHIZOPHRENIA: THROUGH EYE-TRACKING P.J. Michael Deans · Carol Shum · Leo W. Perfect · Marco Conforti · Rodrigo Rafagnin Duarte · Sagnik Bhattacharyya · Nicholas J. Brandon · Jack Price · Deepak P. Srivastava · Deepak P. Srivastava
S252. HEALTH CARE RESOURCE UTILISATION IS HIGHER IN PATIENTS PRIOR TO DIAGNOSIS WITH SCHIZOPHRENIA THAN NON-SCHIZOPHRENIA COMPARATORS IN A LARGE COMMERCIALLY-INSURED POPULATION IN THE UNITED STATES Simon Anhøj · M.O. Nielsen · Maria Høj Jensen · Kristin Ford · Birgitte Fagerlund · Peter C. Williamson · Birte Glenthøj · Egill Rostrup · Egill Rostrup
6.2 MICROSTRUCTURAL IMAGING WITH ADVANCED DIFFUSION MRI METHODS – WHAT IS GAINED AND WHAT IS LOST? Fu-Chun Zhou · Lan Xiong · Ping Zhou · Yu-Tao Xiang · Chuan-Yue Wang · Chuan-Yue Wang
T71. CHANGE AND STABILITY IN COGNITIVE TRAJECTORIES FROM CHILDHOOD TO LATE ADOLESCENCE IN YOUNG OFFSPRING AT GENETIC RISK OF SCHIZOPHRENIA AND MOOD DISORDER: IMPLICATIONS FOR THE RISK STATUS Ann Faerden · Siv Hege Lyngstad · Ingrid Melle · Ingrid Melle
11.1 EFFECT OF INTERVAL TRAINING ON METABOLIC RISK FACTORS IN OVERWEIGHT INDIVIDUALS WITH PSYCHOSIS: A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL Mustafa Yıldız · Fatma Kiras · Aysel İncedere · Duygu Esen · Mehmet Gürcan · Betül Abut · Kübra İpçi · Güzide Örüm · Ümit Tural · Güliz Özgen · Güliz Özgen
F250. DEPRESSION IN SCHIZOPHRENIA: CORRELATIONS WITH OBJECTIVE AND SUBJECTIVE QUALITY OF LIFE OUTCOMES Moradi Hawar · Anna-Karin Olsson · Fredrik Hjärthag · Madeleine Johansson · Maivor Olsson-Tall · Lars Helldin · Lars Helldin
O2.8. TRAJECTORIES OF NEUROCOGNITIVE FUNCTIONING OVER TIME IN YOUTH AT CLINICAL HIGH RISK WHO DO AND DO NOT TRANSITION TO PSYCHOSIS H.L.I. Nijman · H.L.I. Nijman
F162. MORE EFFORT, BUT LESS EFFICIENCY - WORKING MEMORY IN SCHIZOPHRENIA: AN INVESTIGATION INTO CAUSE FOR DIVERGENT RESULTS Jussi Seppälä · Laura Tröger · Erika Jääskeläinen · Jouko Miettunen · Matti Isdohanni · Marianne Haapea · Marianne Haapea
S114. ASSOCIATION BETWEEN APATHY AND DEPRESSION: SECONDARY OR REFLECTING UNDERLYING COMMON FEATURES? Avyarthana Dey · Alborz Javadzadeh · Priyadharshini Sabesan · Joaquim Radua · Jean Théberge · Lena Palaniyappan · Lena Palaniyappan
T112. TRADITIONAL RISK FACTORS NOT ENOUGH TO EXPLAIN THE SHORT LIFETIME EXPECTANCY IN PATIENTS WITH SCHIZOPHRENIA Robert Goldman · Michael Tocco · Andrei Pikalov · Josephine Cucchiaro · Ling Deng · Antony Loebel · Antony Loebel
Causes and prevention of aggression from psychotic inpatients Tae Young Lee · Minah Kim · J.J. Lee · Jun Soo Kwon · Jun Soo Kwon
T136. DO VITAMIN D SUPPLEMENTATION DURING THE FIRST YEAR OF LIFE PREDICT COGNITION IN PSYCHOSES DURING MIDLIFE Avagliano Camilla · Elisabetta F. Buonaguro · Carmine Tomasetti · Federica Marmo · Licia Vellucci · Felice Iasevoli · Andrea de Bartolomeis · Andrea de Bartolomeis
F8. SEARCHING FOR A STRATIFICATION MARKER FOR ANTIOXIDANT USE IN SCHIZOPHRENIA AND BIPOLAR DISORDER: A META-ANALYSIS OF MRS STUDIES OF ANTERIOR CINGULATE GLUTATHIONE Eunsung Lim · Sang-Yeol Lee · Won-Myong Bahk · Bo-Hyun Yoon · Duk-In Jon · Moon Doo Kim · Sung-Yong Park · Min-Kyu Song · Min-Kyu Song
T223. REAL WORLD EFFECTIVENESS OF ANTIPSYCHOTIC DRUGS IN PATIENTS WITH SCHIZOPHRENIA: A 10-YEARS RETROSPECTIVE STUDY Matthias Kirschner · Amelie Haugg · Andrei Manoliu · Erich Seifritz · Philippe N. Tobler · S. Kaiser · S. Kaiser
The Cascade of Stress : A Network Approach to Explore Differential Dynamics in Populations Varying in Risk for Psychosis Sonia Bansal · Barbara L. Schwartz · Wilsaan M. Joiner · Wilsaan M. Joiner
Meta-analysis of Cerebrospinal Fluid Cytokine and Tryptophan Catabolite Alterations in Psychiatric Patients: Comparisons Between Schizophrenia, Bipolar Disorder, and Depression Nikolaos Koutsouleris · Peter Falkai · Peter Falkai
F234. TYPICAL AND ATYPICAL ANTIPSYCHOTICS D2R AFFINITY AND DOSES INFLUENCES POSTSYNAPTIC DENSITY BY MODULATING THE SPATIAL EXPRESSION OF HOMER1A A GENE HIGHLY IMPLICATED IN SYNAPTIC PLASTICITY AND PSYCHOSIS Caterina La Cascia · Laura Ferraro · F. Seminerio · Giada Tripoli · Lucia Sideli · Diego Quattrone · Marta Di Forti · Daniele La Barbera · Robin M. Murray · Robin M. Murray
F213. THE EFFECTS OF GROUP INTEGRATIVE ARTS THERAPY BASED ON SOCIAL SKILL TRAINING ON THE SOCIAL ADAPTIVE FUNCTION, EMPOWERMENT AND SUBJECTIVE WELL-BEING IN INPATIENTS WITH CHRONIC SCHIZOPHRENIA Philipp Homan · Miklos Argyelan · Delbert G. Robinson · Todd Lencz · Anil K. Malhotra · Anil K. Malhotra
O9.5. ABERRANT DOPAMINE SYSTEM FUNCTION REVERSED BY THE OREXIN RECEPTOR ANTAGONIST TCS1102 IN A RODENT MODEL OF SCHIZOPHRENIA Michael Knable · Michael Knable
Dysfunction of large-scale brain networks in Schizophrenia : a meta-analysis of resting-state functional connectivity Alexandre K. Wang · Brian J. Miller · Brian J. Miller
O3.6. DEFICITS IN CONTEXT-DEPENDENT ADAPTIVE CODING IN EARLY PSYCHOSIS AND HEALTHY INDIVIDUALS WITH SCHIZOTYPAL PERSONALITY TRAITS Jesus Perez · Huajie Jin · Debra A Russo · Jan Stochl · Michelle Painter · Sarah Byford · Peter B. Jones · Peter B. Jones
F99. FIRST EPISODE PSYCHOSIS PATIENTS WHO USED CANNABIS DEVELOP THEIR ILLNESS AT A SIGNIFICANTLY YOUNGER AGE THAN THOSE WHO NEVER USED CONSISTENTLY ACROSS EUROPE AND BRAZIL Philip Sumner · Imogen H. Bell · Susan L. Rossell · Susan L. Rossell
S20. PARAHIPPOCAMPAL THICKNESS PREDICTS TREATMENT IMPROVEMENT IN EARLY AND CHRONIC SCHIZOPHRENIA Kyra-Verena Sendt · Grant McQueen · Amy Gillespie · James H. MacCabe · Fernando Zelaya · Alice Egerton · Alice Egerton
F140. HOMICIDES OF PHYSICIANS AND MENTAL HEALTH WORKERS Ahmed Jérôme Romain · Cédine Fankam · Antony D. Karelis · Élaine Letendre · Gladys Mikolajacks · Emmanuel Stip · Amal Abdel-Baki · Amal Abdel-Baki
Telomere Length and CCL11 Levels are Associated With Gray Matter Volume and Episodic Memory Performance in Schizophrenia: Evidence of Pathological Accelerated Aging Louis A. Sass · Josef Parnas · Josef Parnas
34.3 IMPROVING THE DETECTION OF INDIVIDUALS AT RISK OF DEVELOPING PSYCHOSIS IN PRIMARY MENTAL HEALTH CARE Ofer Pasternak · Ofer Pasternak
F151. A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW OF TASK-BASED FUNCTIONAL NEUROIMAGING STUDIES IN THOUGHT DISORDER Tharini Ketharanathan · Avril Pereira · Ian Everall · Suresh Sundram · Suresh Sundram
S146. EFFECT OF CLOZAPINE ON REGIONAL CEREBRAL BLOOD FLOW IN TREATMENT-RESISTANT SCHIZOPHRENIA Anna E. Wallace · Keith E. Isenberg · John Barron · Whitney York · Mayura Shinde · Matt Sidovar · Jessica Franchino-Elder · Michael Sand · Michael Sand
F40. NEUREXIN-1α (NRNX1α) HYPOFUNCTION INDUCES SCHIZOPHRENIA-RELEVANT DEFICITS IN CEREBRAL METABOLISM, COGNITIVE PROCESSING SPEED AND COGNITIVE FLEXIBILITY Stanley Zammit · Hannah J. Jones · Suzanne H. Gage · Jon Heron · Matthew Hickman · Glyn Lewis · Marcus R. Munafò · Marcus R. Munafò
T179. DO INDIVIDUALS IN A CLINICAL HIGH-RISK STATE FOR PSYCHOSIS DIFFER FROM HEALTHY CONTROLS IN THEIR CORTICAL FOLDING PATTERNS? Havard Bentsen · Dag Kristen Solberg · Helge Refsum · Ole A. Andreassen · Ole A. Andreassen
S51. MOTIVATIONAL ENHANCEMENT IMPROVES TREATMENT OUTCOMES OF MOBILE-BASED COGNITIVE REMEDIATION IN INDIVIDUALS WITH SCHIZOPHRENIA Shirley M. Glynn · Susan Gingerich · Piper Meyer-Kalos · Kim T. Mueser · Alec M. Chan-Golston · Catherine A. Sugar · Nina R. Schooler · Robert A. Rosenheck · John M. Kane · John M. Kane
Social Cognitive Skills Training for Psychosis With Community-Based Training Exercises: A Randomized Controlled Trial Paolo Fusar-Poli · Paolo Fusar-Poli
Urban Birth, Urban Living, and Work Migrancy: Differential Effects on Psychotic Experiences Among Young Chinese Men Thomas Hamilton Bailey · Mario Alvarez-Jimenez · Ana M Garcia-Sanchez · Carol Hulbert · Emma Barlow · Sarah Bendall · Sarah Bendall
Clinical High Risk Controversies and Challenge for the Experts Steve Colori · Steve Colori
The Hype Cycle of the Clinical High Risk State for Psychosis: The Need of a Refined Approach Eric Granholm · Philip D. Harvey · Philip D. Harvey
Increased Resting Hippocampal and Basal Ganglia Perfusion in People at Ultra High Risk for Psychosis: Replication in a Second Cohort Steve Colori · Steve Colori
Childhood Trauma Is Associated With Severity of Hallucinations and Delusions in Psychotic Disorders: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis Yongming Wang · Lai-quan Zou · Wen-lan Xie · Zhuo-ya Yang · Xiongzhao Zhu · Eric F.C. Cheung · Thomas Alrik Sørensen · Arne Møller · Raymond C.K. Chan · Raymond C.K. Chan
Organizations Effects With Schizoaffective Disorder Juan C Olaya · Juan C Olaya · Carrie L. Heusner · Mitsuyuki Matsumoto · Duncan Sinclair · Duncan Sinclair · Mari Kondo · Mari Kondo · Tim Karl · Tim Karl · Cynthia Shannon Weickert · Cynthia Shannon Weickert · Cynthia Shannon Weickert
Social Skills Training for Negative Symptoms of Schizophrenia Philip McGuire · Amir Englund · Sagnik Bhattacharyya · Sagnik Bhattacharyya
Facing Fears; If Medication Runs Out Arndis Simonsen · Riccardo Fusaroli · Joshua Skewes · Andreas Roepstorff · Daniel Campbell-Meiklejohn · Ole Mors · Ole Mors · Vibeke Bliksted · Vibeke Bliksted · Vibeke Bliksted
Altered Functional Connectivity of the Default Mode Network in Patients With Schizo-obsessive Comorbidity: A Comparison Between Schizophrenia and Obsessive-compulsive Disorder Lauren Smith · Ghalib A. Bello · Christine Austin · Chris Gennings · Amirhoessein Modabbernia · Nathalie Franke · Sophia Frangou · Robert O. Wright · Lieuwe de Haan · Abraham Reichenberg · Manish Arora · Manish Arora
Overexpression of Neuregulin 1 Type III Confers Hippocampal mRNA Alterations and Schizophrenia-Like Behaviors in Mice Sandra Bucci · Christine Barrowclough · John Ainsworth · Matthew Machin · Rohan Morris · Katherine Berry · Richard Emsley · Shôn Lewis · Dawn Edge · Iain Buchan · Gillian Haddock · Gillian Haddock
Commentary onThe Potential of Cannabidiol Treatment for Cannabis Users With Recent-Onset Psychosis Leon Fonville · Mark Drakesmith · Stanley Zammit · Glyn Lewis · Derek K. Jones · Anthony S. David · Anthony S. David
Enhanced automatic action imitation and intact imitation- inhibition in schizophrenia Meredith A. Reid · Nouha Salibi · David M. White · Timothy J. Gawne · Thomas S. Denney · Adrienne C. Lahti · Adrienne C. Lahti
Actissist: Proof-of-concept trial of a theory-driven digital intervention for psychosis Thomas Pollak · Jonathan Rogers · Robert G. Nagele · Mark Peakman · James Stone · Anthony S. David · Philip McGuire · Philip McGuire
MRI Indices of Cortical Development in Young People With Psychotic Experiences: Influence of Genetic Risk and Persistence of Symptoms David Fraguas · Covadonga M. Díaz-Caneja · Laura Pina-Camacho · Daniel Umbricht · Celso Arango · Celso Arango
7T Proton Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy of the Anterior Cingulate Cortex in First-Episode Schizophrenia David J. Clarke · Tariq W. Chohan · Mustafa S. Kassem · Kristie Leigh Smith · Rose Chesworth · Tim Karl · Tim Karl · Tim Karl · Michael Kuligowski · Sandra Fok · Max R. Bennett · Jonathon C. Arnold · Jonathon C. Arnold
Hyper- and hypo-mentalizing in patients with first-episode schizophrenia: fMRI and behavioural studies Mélodie Derome · Eduardo Fonseca-Pedrero · Deborah Myriam Badoud · Larisa Morosan · Dimitri Van De Ville · François Lazeyras · Stephan Eliez · Raymond C.K. Chan · David Rudrauf · Sophie Schwartz · Martin Debbané · Martin Debbané · Martin Debbané
Antibodies in the Diagnosis, Prognosis, and Prediction of Psychotic Disorders Kazuhito Nakao · Vivek Jeevakumar · Sunny Zhihong Jiang · Yuko Fujita · Noelia B Diaz · Carlos A Pretell Annan · Karen L Eskow Jaunarajs · Kenji Hashimoto · Juan E. Belforte · Kazu Nakazawa · Kazu Nakazawa
Predictors of Placebo Response in Pharmacological Clinical Trials of Negative Symptoms in Schizophrenia: A Meta-regression Analysis Benjamin Ian Perry · Benjamin Ian Perry · Rachel Upthegrove · Rachel Upthegrove · Andrew Thompson · Andrew Thompson · Steven Marwaha · Steven Marwaha · Stanley Zammit · Stanley Zammit · Swaran P. Singh · Swaran P. Singh · Golam M. Khandaker · Golam M. Khandaker
Neuregulin 1 Deficiency Modulates Adolescent Stress-Induced Dendritic Spine Loss in a Brain Region-Specific Manner and Increases Complement 4 Expression in the Hippocampus Phillip Grant · Phillip Grant · Melissa J. Green · Melissa J. Green · Oliver Mason · Oliver Mason
Resting-State Networks of Adolescents Experiencing Depersonalization-Like Illusions: Cross-sectional and Longitudinal Findings Maria Steffens · Inga Meyhöfer · Kaja Fassbender · Ulrich Ettinger · Joseph Kambeitz · Joseph Kambeitz
Schizophrenia-Like Dopamine Release Abnormalities in a Mouse Model of NMDA Receptor Hypofunction Dominic Oliver · Georgia Crossland · Steffiany Lim · George Gifford · Philip McGuire · Philip McGuire · Paolo Fusar-Poli · Paolo Fusar-Poli · Paolo Fusar-Poli · Paolo Fusar-Poli
Dysglycaemia, inflammation and psychosis : findings from the UK ALSPAC birth cohort Ariana E. Anderson · Stephen R. Marder · Steven P. Reise · Adam Savitz · Giacomo Salvadore · Dong Jing Fu · Qingqin Li · Ibrahim Turkoz · Carol Han · Robert M. Bilder · Robert M. Bilder
Models of Schizotypy: The Importance of Conceptual Clarity Susanna L. Fryer · Susanna L. Fryer · Brian J. Roach · Judith M. Ford · Judith M. Ford · Kayla R Donaldson · Vince D. Calhoun · Vince D. Calhoun · Godfrey D. Pearlson · Kent A. Kiehl · Kent A. Kiehl · Vinod H. Srihari · Thomas H. McGlashan · Scott W. Woods · Daniel H. Mathalon · Daniel H. Mathalon · Daniel H. Mathalon
Anomalous Perceptions and Beliefs Are Associated With Shifts Toward Different Types of Prior Knowledge in Perceptual Inference Paul Allen · Matilda Azis · Gemma Modinos · Matthijs G. Bossong · Ilaria Bonoldi · Carly Samson · Beverly Quinn · Matthew J. Kempton · Oliver Howes · James Stone · Maria Calem · Jesus Perez · Sagnik Bhattacharayya · Matthew R. Broome · Anthony A. Grace · Fernando Zelaya · Philip McGuire · Philip McGuire
S31. BASIC SENSE OF SELF IN YOUTH AT HIGH RISK FOR DEVELOPING SCHIZOPHRENIA William T. Carpenter · William T. Carpenter
A meta-analysis of social skills training and related interventions for psychosis Javier Ortiz-Orendain · Santiago Castiello-de Obeso · Luis Enrique Colunga-Lozano · Yue Hu · Nicola Maayan · Clive E Adams · Clive E Adams
The Latent Taxonicity of Schizotypy in Biological Siblings of Probands With Schizophrenia Daniel Davies · Christoph Teufel · P. C. Fletcher · P. C. Fletcher · P. C. Fletcher
Selective Attention, Working Memory, and Executive Function as Potential Independent Sources of Cognitive Dysfunction in Schizophrenia Sagar J. Desai · Brian L. Allman · Nagalingam Rajakumar · Nagalingam Rajakumar
Genetic Overlap Between Schizophrenia and Volumes of Hippocampus, Putamen, and Intracranial Volume Indicates Shared Molecular Genetic Mechanisms L. Felice Reddy · William P. Horan · Deanna M · Robert W. Buchanan · James M. Gold · Stephen R. Marder · Jonathan K. Wynn · Jared W. Young · Michael F. Green · Michael F. Green
Antipsychotic Combinations for Schizophrenia Kenneth S. Kendler · Kenneth S. Kendler
Prevalence of Catatonia and Its Moderators in Clinical Samples: Results from a Meta-analysis and Meta-regression Analysis Susan R. McGurk · Robert E. Drake · Haiyi Xie · Jarnee Riley · Roline Milfort · Thomas W. Hale · William Frey · William Frey
Infusions of Nerve Growth Factor Into the Developing Frontal Cortex Leads to Deficits in Behavioral Flexibility and Increased Perseverance Thomas J. Whitford · Lena K. L. Oestreich · Judith M. Ford · Brian J. Roach · Rachel Loewy · Barbara K. Stuart · Daniel H. Mathalon · Daniel H. Mathalon
Understanding the Association Between Negative Symptoms and Performance on Effort-Based Decision-Making Tasks: The Importance of Defeatist Performance Beliefs Martin Rozycki · Theodore D. Satterthwaite · Nikolaos Koutsouleris · Guray Erus · Jimit Doshi · Daniel H. Wolf · Yong Fan · Raquel E. Gur · Ruben C. Gur · Eva Meisenzahl · Chuanjun Zhuo · Hong Yin · Hao Yan · Weihua Yue · Dai Zhang · Christos Davatzikos · Christos Davatzikos
Cognitive Predictors of Work Among Social Security Disability Insurance Beneficiaries With Psychiatric Disorders Enrolled in IPS Supported Employment Steven Marwaha · Steven Marwaha · Catherine Winsper · Paul Bebbington · Daniel J. Smith · Daniel J. Smith
Deficits in cortical suppression during vocalization are associated with structural abnormalities in the arcuate fasciculus in early illness schizophrenia and clinical high risk for psychosis Niraj Nilesh Samani · Frank A. Proudlock · Frank A. Proudlock · Vasantha Siram · Chathurie Suraweera · Christopher P. Nelson · Mohammed Al-Uzri · Mohammed Al-Uzri · Irene Gottlob · Irene Gottlob
Multisite Machine Learning Analysis Provides a Robust Structural Imaging Signature of Schizophrenia Detectable Across Diverse Patient Populations and Within Individuals Marc Forrest · Matthew Hill · David H. Kavanagh · Katherine E. Tansey · Adrian James Waite · Derek J. Blake · Derek J. Blake
Editorial Board Changes for 2018 Felix Inchausti · Nancy V. García-Poveda · Alejandro Ballesteros-Prados · Javier Ortuño-Sierra · Sergio Sánchez-Reales · Javier Prado-Abril · José Antonio Aldaz-Armendáriz · Joe Mole · Giancarlo Dimaggio · Paolo Ottavi · Eduardo Fonseca-Pedrero · Eduardo Fonseca-Pedrero
Cannabis use and hypomania in young people : a prospective analysis Vidyulata Kamath · Patricia Lasutschinkow · Koko Ishizuka · Akira Sawa · Akira Sawa
Retinal Layer Abnormalities as Biomarkers of Schizophrenia Sebastian Walther · Katharina Stegmayer · Andrea Federspiel · Stephan Bohlhalter · Roland Wiest · Petra Viher · Petra Viher
The psychiatric risk gene transcription factor 4 (TCF4) regulates neurodevelopmental pathways associated with schizophrenia, autism, and intellectual disability Svetlana Filatova · Svetlana Filatova · Heli Koivumaa-Honkanen · Golam M. Khandaker · Estelle Lowry · Tanja Nordström · Tanja Nordström · Tuula Hurtig · Kristiina Moilanen · Kristiina Moilanen · Jouko Miettunen · Jouko Miettunen · Jouko Miettunen
The Effects of Metacognition-Oriented Social Skills Training on Psychosocial Outcome in Schizophrenia-Spectrum Disorders: A Randomized Controlled Trial Robert E. Drake · Robert E. Drake
Olfactory Functioning in First-Episode Psychosis Heidi Taipale · Heidi Taipale · Juha Mehtälä · Antti Tanskanen · Antti Tanskanen · Antti Tanskanen · Jari Tiihonen · Jari Tiihonen · Jari Tiihonen
Early Motor Developmental Milestones and Schizotypy in the Northern Finland Birth Cohort Study 1966 Robert McCutcheon · Katherine Beck · Sameer Jauhar · Oliver Howes · Oliver Howes
Employment and Schizophrenia: Three Innovative Research Approaches Tina Gupta · Derek J. Dean · Nicholas J. Kelley · Jessica A. Bernard · Ivanka Ristanovic · Vijay A. Mittal · Vijay A. Mittal
Comparative Effectiveness of Antipsychotic Drugs for Rehospitalization in Schizophrenia—A Nationwide Study With 20-Year Follow-up Laramie Duncan · Hanyang Shen · Jacob S. Ballon · Kate V. Hardy · Douglas L. Noordsy · Douglas F. Levinson · Douglas F. Levinson
Overestimating environmental volatility increases switching behavior and is linked to activation of dorsolateral prefrontal cortex in schizophrenia Teresa Vargas · Derek J. Dean · Kenneth Juston Osborne · Tina Gupta · Ivanka Ristanovic · Sekine Ozturk · Jessica A. Turner · Theo G.M. van Erp · Vijay A. Mittal · Vijay A. Mittal
Defining the Locus of Dopaminergic Dysfunction in Schizophrenia: A Meta-analysis and Test of the Mesolimbic Hypothesis Richard J. Linscott · Richard J. Linscott · Sarah E. Morton · Berhooz Z. Alizadeh · Agna A. Bartels-Velthuis · Nico van Beveren · Richard Bruggeman · Wiepke Cahn · Lieuwe de Haan · Philippe Delespaul · Carin J. Meijer · Inez Myin-Germeys · René S. Kahn · Frederike Schirmbeck · Claudia J. P. Simons · Neeltje E.M. van Haren · Jim van Os · Ruud van Winkel · Ruud van Winkel
Cerebellar Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation Improves Procedural Learning in Nonclinical Psychosis: A Double-Blind Crossover Study Teng Xie · Teng Xie · Xiangrong Zhang · Xiangrong Zhang · Xiaowei Tang · Hongying Zhang · Miao Yu · Gaolang Gong · Gaolang Gong · Xiang Wang · Alan C. Evans · Zhijun Zhang · Yong He · Yong He · Yong He
Genetic Correlation Profile of Schizophrenia Mirrors Epidemiological Results and Suggests Link Between Polygenic and Rare Variant (22q11.2) Cases of Schizophrenia Hadar Hazan · Richard J. Linscott · Elaine Reese · Elaine Reese
Hippocampal Subregions Across the Psychosis Spectrum William P. Horan · Michelle Dolinsky · Junghee Lee · Robert S. Kern · Gerhard Hellemann · Catherine A. Sugar · Shirley M. Glynn · Michael F. Green · Michael F. Green
Association of Schizotypy With Dimensions of Cognitive Control: A Meta-Analysis Long-Biao Cui · Lin Liu · Huaning Wang · Liu-Xian Wang · Fan Guo · Yi-Bin Xi · Ting-Ting Liu · Chen Li · Ping Tian · Kang Liu · Wen-Jun Wu · Yi-Huan Chen · Wei Qin · Hong Yin · Hong Yin
Can we reduce the duration of untreated psychosis?: A systematic review and meta-analysis of controlled interventional studies Jibin John · Aditya Sharma · Prachi Kukshal · Triptish Bhatia · Vishwajit L. Nimgaonkar · Smita N. Deshpande · B.K. Thelma · B.K. Thelma
Bifactor Modeling of the Positive and Negative Syndrome Scale: Generalized Psychosis Spans Schizoaffective, Bipolar, and Schizophrenia Diagnoses Louis A. Sass · Juan P. Borda · Luis Madeira · Elizabeth Pienkos · Barnaby Nelson · Barnaby Nelson
Should I Stay or Should I Go? FMRI Study of Response Inhibition in Early Illness Schizophrenia and Risk for Psychosis Jonathan Muir Downs · Harry Dean · Suzannah Lechler · Nicola Sears · Rashmi Patel · Rashmi Patel · Hitesh Shetty · Matthew Hotopf · Matthew Hotopf · Tamsin Ford · Marinos Kyriakopoulos · Marinos Kyriakopoulos · Marinos Kyriakopoulos · Covadonga M. Díaz-Caneja · Celso Arango · James H. MacCabe · James H. MacCabe · Richard D. Hayes · Laura Pina-Camacho · Laura Pina-Camacho · Laura Pina-Camacho
The Complexities of Evaluating the Exposome in Psychiatry: A Data-Driven Illustration of Challenges and Some Propositions for Amendments Runar Smelror · Kjetil N. Jørgensen · Vera Lonning · Ian Kelleher · Mary Cannon · Pamela DeRosse · Anil K. Malhotra · Anil K. Malhotra · Katherine H. Karlsgodt · Ole A. Andreassen · Ole A. Andreassen · Mathias Lundberg · Tobias Edbom · Neil Cleland · Torill Ueland · Torill Ueland · Anne Margrethe Myhre · Bjørn Rishovd Rund · Bjørn Rishovd Rund · Ingrid Agartz · Ingrid Agartz · Ingrid Agartz
Burden for Parents of Patients With Schizophrenia—A Nationwide Comparative Study of Parents of Offspring With Rheumatoid Arthritis, Multiple Sclerosis, Epilepsy, and Healthy Controls Florian Bitsch · Philipp Berger · Arne Nagels · Irina Falkenberg · Benjamin Straube · Benjamin Straube
Reduced Neural Sensitivity to Social vs Nonsocial Reward in Schizophrenia Shin-ichi Kano · Eisuke Dohi · Indigo V L Rose · Indigo V L Rose
Genome-Wide Variants Shared Between Smoking Quantity and Schizophrenia on 15q25 Are Associated With CHRNA5 Expression in the Brain Ulrich Reininghaus · Ulrich Reininghaus · Ulrich Reininghaus · Margaret Oorschot · Steffen Moritz · Charlotte Gayer-Anderson · Matthew J. Kempton · Lucia Valmaggia · Lucia Valmaggia · Philip McGuire · Philip McGuire · Robin M. Murray · Robin M. Murray · Philippa Garety · Philippa Garety · Til Wykes · Til Wykes · Craig Morgan · Craig Morgan · Inez Myin-Germeys · Inez Myin-Germeys
Healthy Adolescent Performance With Standardized Scoring Tables for the MATRICS Consensus Cognitive Battery: A Multisite Study Benjamin A. E. Hunt · Elizabeth B. Liddle · Lauren E. Gascoyne · Lorenzo Magazzini · Bethany C. Routley · Krish Devi Singh · Peter G. Morris · Matthew J. Brookes · Peter F. Liddle · Peter F. Liddle
Impaired Right Temporoparietal Junction–Hippocampus Connectivity in Schizophrenia and Its Relevance for Generating Representations of Other Minds Sarah Reeve · Bryony Sheaves · Bryony Sheaves · Daniel Freeman · Daniel Freeman · Daniel Freeman
Extracellular Vesicles for Research on Psychiatric Disorders David Trevor Turner · Angus MacBeth · Amanda Larkin · Steffen Moritz · Karen Livingstone · Alison Campbell · Paul Hutton · Paul Hutton
Liberal Acceptance Bias, Momentary Aberrant Salience, and Psychosis: An Experimental Experience Sampling Study P Strauss Gregory · Farnaz Zamani Esfahlani · Galderisi Silvana · Mucci Armida · Rossi Alessandro · Bucci Paoloa · Paola Rocca · Maj Mario · Kirkpatrick Brian · Ruiz Ivan · Sayama Hiroki · Sayama Hiroki
Attenuated post-movement beta rebound associated with schizotypal features in healthy people Johannes Lieslehto · Johannes Lieslehto · Vesa Kiviniemi · Tanja Nordström · Tanja Nordström · Jennifer H. Barnett · Graham K. Murray · Peter B. Jones · Tomáš Paus · Juha Veijola · Juha Veijola · Juha Veijola
Sleep Disorders in Early Psychosis: Incidence, Severity, and Association With Clinical Symptoms Janet Stewart · Janet Stewart
The Effect of Reducing theJumping to ConclusionsBias on Treatment Decision-Making Capacity in Psychosis: A Randomized Controlled Trial With Mediation Analysis Colin A. Depp · Dimitri Perivoliotis · Jason Holden · Jennifer Dorr · Eric Granholm · Eric Granholm
Network Analysis Reveals the Latent Structure of Negative Symptoms in Schizophrenia Kelsey A. Bonfils · Paul H. Lysaker · Kyle S. Minor · Michelle P. Salyers · Michelle P. Salyers
Polygenic Risk Score for Schizophrenia and Face-Processing Network in Young Adulthood Masashi Ikeda · Atsushi Takahashi · Yoichiro Kamatani · Yukihide Momozawa · Takeo Saito · Kenji Kondo · Ayu Shimasaki · Kohei Kawase · Takaya Sakusabe · Yoshimi Iwayama · Tomoko Toyota · Tomoyasu Wakuda · Mitsuru Kikuchi · Nobuhisa Kanahara · Hidenaga Yamamori · Yuka Yasuda · Yuichiro Watanabe · Satoshi Hoya · Branko Aleksic · Itaru Kushima · Heii Arai · Manabu Takaki · Kotaro Hattori · Hiroshi Kunugi · Yuko Okahisa · Tohru Ohnuma · Norio Ozaki · Toshiyuki Someya · Ryota Hashimoto · Takeo Yoshikawa · Michiaki Kubo · Nakao Iwata · Nakao Iwata
Picking up the Pieces Jianfeng Zhang · Paola Magioncalda · Zirui Huang · Zhonglin Tan · Xiwen Hu · Zhiguo Hu · Benedetta Conio · Mario Amore · Matilde Inglese · Matilde Inglese · Matteo Martino · Georg Northoff · Georg Northoff
Single-Session Mobile-Augmented Intervention in Serious Mental Illness: A Three-Arm Randomized Controlled Trial Steffen Moritz · Paul H. Lysaker · Paul H. Lysaker
Metacognition, Personal Distress, and Performance-Based Empathy in Schizophrenia Jean Stafford · Robert Howard · Christina Dalman · James B. Kirkbride · James B. Kirkbride
Genome-Wide Association Study Detected Novel Susceptibility Genes for Schizophrenia and Shared Trans-Populations/Diseases Genetic Effect Ricardo E. Carrión · Ricardo E. Carrión · Andrea M. Auther · Danielle McLaughlin · Ruth Olsen · Jean Addington · Carrie E. Bearden · Kristin S. Cadenhead · Tyrone D. Cannon · Daniel H. Mathalon · Thomas H. McGlashan · Diana O. Perkins · Larry J. Seidman · Ming T. Tsuang · Elaine F. Walker · Scott W. Woods · Barbara A. Cornblatt · Barbara A. Cornblatt
Altered Global Signal Topography and Its Different Regional Localization in Motor Cortex and Hippocampus in Mania and Depression Andrea Raballo · Michele Poletti · William T. Carpenter · William T. Carpenter
Metacognition Research in Psychosis: Uncovering and Adjusting the Prisms That Distort Subjective Reality May-May Meijer · Femke Meijer · Femke Meijer
The Incidence of Nonaffective, Nonorganic Psychotic Disorders in Older People: A Population-based Cohort Study of 3 Million People in Sweden Leah H. Rubin · Siyi Li · Li Yao · Sarah K. Keedy · James L. Reilly · S. Kristian Hill · Jeffrey R. Bishop · Sue Carter · Hossein Pournajafi-Nazarloo · Lauren L. Drogos · Elliot S. Gershon · Godfrey D. Pearlson · Carol A. Tamminga · Brett A. Clementz · Matcheri S. Keshavan · Su Lui · John A. Sweeney · John A. Sweeney
The Global Functioning: Social and Role Scales—Further Validation in a Large Sample of Adolescents and Young Adults at Clinical High Risk for Psychosis Kelly Allott · Stephen J. Wood · Stephen J. Wood · Hok Pan Yuen · Alison R. Yung · Barnaby Nelson · Warrick J. Brewer · Daniela Spiliotacopoulos · Annie Bruxner · Magenta B. Simmons · Christina Broussard · Sumudu Mallawaarachchi · Christos Pantelis · Patrick D. McGorry · Ashleigh Lin · Ashleigh Lin
Rethinking the Psychosis Threshold in Clinical High Risk Rasmus Schülke · Benjamin Straube · Benjamin Straube
Maybe He Was in Love With You?: How to Talk With People in Psychosis Paul H. Lysaker · Emily Gagen · Abigail Wright · Jenifer L. Vohs · Marina Kukla · Phillip T Yanos · Ilanit Hasson-Ohayon · Ilanit Hasson-Ohayon
The Ideal Psychiatry—A Utopia? Kazutaka Ohi · Aki Kuwata · Takamitsu Shimada · Yuzuru Kataoka · Toshiki Yasuyama · Takashi Uehara · Yasuhiro Kawasaki · Yasuhiro Kawasaki
Salience–Default Mode Functional Network Connectivity Linked to Positive and Negative Symptoms of Schizophrenia Junghee Lee · Amy M. Jimenez · Eric Reavis · William P. Horan · Jonathan K. Wynn · Michael F. Green · Michael F. Green
S105. VALIDATING THE PREDICTIVE ACCURACY OF THE NAPLS-2 PSYCHOSIS RISK CALCULATOR IN A CLINICAL HIGH-RISK SAMPLE FROM THE SHARP (SHANGHAI AT RISK FOR PSYCHOSIS) PROGRAM Ellenor Mittendorfer-Rutz · Syed Moshfiqur Rahman · Antti Tanskanen · Antti Tanskanen · Antti Tanskanen · Maila Majak · Juha Mehtälä · Fabian Hoti · Erik Jedenius · Dana Enkusson · Amy Leval · Jan Sermon · Heidi Taipale · Heidi Taipale · Jari Tiihonen · Jari Tiihonen · Jari Tiihonen
Rigidity in Motor Behavior and Brain Functioning in Patients With Schizophrenia and High Levels of Apathy Tushar Das · Peter F. Liddle · Lena Palaniyappan · Lena Palaniyappan
Disease Definition for Schizophrenia by Functional Connectivity Using Radiomics Strategy Boris Chaumette · Oussama Kebir · Juliette Pouch · Bertrand Ducos · Fekrije Selimi · Raphaël Gaillard · Marie-Odile Krebs · Marie-Odile Krebs
Rare Variants in Tissue Inhibitor of Metalloproteinase 2 as a Risk Factor for Schizophrenia: Evidence From Familial and Cohort Analysis Maja Zandersen · Josef Parnas · Josef Parnas
28.1 VARIETIES OF SELF DISORDER: A BIO-PHENO-SOCIAL MODEL OF SCHIZOPHRENIA Dominic Dwyer · Carlos Cabral · Lana Kambeitz-Ilankovic · Rachele Sanfelici · Joseph Kambeitz · Vince D. Calhoun · Peter Falkai · Christos Pantelis · Eva M. Meisenzahl · Nikolaos Koutsouleris · Nikolaos Koutsouleris
Negative symptoms in early-onset psychosis and their association with antipsychotic treatment failure Sharon S. Lander · Usman Khan · Nicole M. Lewandowski · Darpan Chakraborty · Frank A. Provenzano · Susana Mingote · Sergiy Chornyy · Francesca Frigerio · Pierre Maechler · Hanoch Kaphzan · Scott A. Small · Stephen Rayport · Inna Gaisler-Salomon · Inna Gaisler-Salomon
Longitudinal Analyses of Blood Transcriptome During Conversion to Psychosis Ruth Whelan · David St Clair · Colette Mustard · Philomena Hallford · Jun Wei · Jun Wei
Identity Disturbance, Feelings of Emptiness, and the Boundaries of the Schizophrenia Spectrum Bertine de Vries · Jooske T. van Busschbach · Jooske T. van Busschbach · Elisabeth C. D. van der Stouwe · André Aleman · André Aleman · Jan van Dijk · Paul H. Lysaker · Johan Arends · Saskia Nijman · Gerdina Pijnenborg · Gerdina Pijnenborg
Brain Subtyping Enhances The Neuroanatomical Discrimination of Schizophrenia Giusi Moffa · Gennaro Catone · Jack Kuipers · Elizabeth Kuipers · Daniel Freeman · Steven Marwaha · Belinda R. Lennox · Matthew R. Broome · Paul Bebbington · Paul Bebbington
Glutamate Dehydrogenase–Deficient Mice Display Schizophrenia-Like Behavioral Abnormalities and CA1-Specific Hippocampal Dysfunction Michelle N. Servaas · Claire Kos · Nicolas Gravel · Remco Renken · Jan-Bernard C. Marsman · Marie-José van Tol · André Aleman · André Aleman · André Aleman
Study of Novel Autoantibodies in Schizophrenia Paul Metzak · Todd S. Woodward · Todd S. Woodward
Prevalence Rate and Risk Factors of Victimization in Adult Patients With a Psychotic Disorder: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis Wc Chang · Ryan Wui Hang Ho · Jennifer Y.M. Tang · Corine Sau Man Wong · Christy L.M. Hui · Sherry Kit Wa Chan · Edwin Hm Lee · Yi Nam Suen · Eric Y.H. Chen · Eric Y.H. Chen
S161. FUNCTIONAL BRAIN NETWORKS INVOLVED IN ATTENTIONAL BIASING IN SCHIZOPHRENIA Aziz Ferchiou · Maria Ladea · Mihai Bran · Marion Leboyer · Ruxandra Slavu · Franck Schürhoff · Andrei Szöke · Andrei Szöke
Oxidative Stress and Inflammation in First-Episode Psychosis: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis Sinan Guloksuz · Sinan Guloksuz · Bart P.F. Rutten · Lotta-Katrin Pries · Margreet ten Have · Ron de Graaf · Saskia van Dorsselaer · Boris Klingenberg · Jim van Os · Jim van Os · John P. A. Ioannidis · John P. A. Ioannidis
Early-Stage Negative Symptom Trajectories and Relationships With 13-Year Outcomes in First-Episode Nonaffective Psychosis May-May Meijer · May-May Meijer
Associations and Heritability of Auditory Encoding, Gray Matter, and Attention in Schizophrenia Christian Núñez · Christian Stephan-Otto · Judith Usall · Miquel Bioque · Antonio Lobo · Ana González-Pinto · Laura Pina-Camacho · Eduard Vieta · Josefina Castro-Fornieles · Roberto Rodriguez-Jimenez · Anna Butjosa · Joost Janssen · Bibiana Cabrera · Mara Parellada · Miquel Bernardo · Miquel Bernardo
T131. INCIDENCE OF FIRST-EPISODE PSYCHOSIS IN THE CATCHMENT AREA OF RIBEIRÃO PRETO, BRAZIL Sara Tomiello · Dario Schöbi · Lilian A.E. Weber · Helene Haker · Iglesias Sandra · Klaas E. Stephan · Klaas E. Stephan
T114. SCHIZOTYPAL PERSONALITY QUESTIONNAIRE-BRIEF: FACTOR STRUCTURE ANALYSIS IN A NONCLINICAL ROMANIAN SAMPLE Anna L. Moon · Anna L. Moon · Niels Haan · Lawrence Stephen Wilkinson · Lawrence Stephen Wilkinson · Kerrie Lorraine Thomas · Kerrie Lorraine Thomas · Jeremy Peter Hall · Jeremy Peter Hall · Jeremy Peter Hall
I Did Not Tell it to Anyone: Please Pay Attention to the Children of Patients Suffering From Psychosis Vishwajit L. Nimgaonkar · Vishwajit L. Nimgaonkar
Neutrophil Count Is Associated With Reduced Gray Matter and Enlarged Ventricles in First-Episode Psychosis Norbert Müller · Norbert Müller
Evaluating the Clinical Relevance of Psychotic Experiences in Low- and Middle-Income Countries David Fraguas · David Fraguas · Covadonga M. Díaz-Caneja · Covadonga M. Díaz-Caneja · Miriam Ayora · Miriam Ayora · Fabián Hernández-Álvarez · Alberto Rodríguez-Quiroga · Sandra Recio · Sandra Recio · Juan C. Leza · Juan C. Leza · Celso Arango · Celso Arango · Celso Arango
CACNA1C: Association With Psychiatric Disorders, Behavior, and Neurogenesis Tianhong Zhang · Huijun Li · LiHua Xu · Yingying Tang · Huiru Cui · Junjie Wang · Chunbo Li · Kristen A. Woodberry · Daniel I. Shapiro · Margaret A. Niznikiewicz · Martha Elizabeth Shenton · Matcheri S. Keshavan · William S. Stone · Jijun Wang · Robert W. McCarley · Larry J. Seidman · Larry J. Seidman
Solutions for a Perplexing Conundrum: Immunologic Abnormalities in Schizophrenia Stephanie M. Hare · Judith M. Ford · Judith M. Ford · Daniel H. Mathalon · Daniel H. Mathalon · Eswar Damaraju · Juan Bustillo · Aysenil Belger · Hyo Jong Lee · Bryon A. Mueller · Kelvin O. Lim · Gregory G. Brown · Adrian Preda · Theo G.M. van Erp · Steven G. Potkin · Vince D. Calhoun · Vince D. Calhoun · Jessica A. Turner · Jessica A. Turner · Jessica A. Turner
Inflammation in Schizophrenia: Pathogenetic Aspects and Therapeutic Considerations Thomas W. Vijn · Thomas W. Vijn
Basic Neuroscience Illuminates Causal Relationship Between Sleep and Memory: Translating to Schizophrenia Marco Solmi · Giorgio Pigato · Beatrice Roiter · Argentina Guaglianone · Luca Martini · Michele Fornaro · Francesco Monaco · André F. Carvalho · Brendon Stubbs · Brendon Stubbs · Nicola Veronese · Christoph U. Correll · Christoph U. Correll
T142. PARIETAL CONNECTIVITY IN SCHIZOPHRENIA AND PSYCHOTIC BIPOLAR DISORDER: A COMBINED STRUCTURAL AND DYNAMIC FUNCTIONAL CONNECTIVITY STUDY Jordan E. DeVylder · Ai Koyanagi · Ai Koyanagi · Ai Koyanagi
Nutritional deficiencies and clinical correlates in first-episode psychosis: a systematic review and meta-analysis Olav B. Smeland · Olav B. Smeland · Yunpeng Wang · Yunpeng Wang · Oleksandr Frei · Wen Li · Derrek P. Hibar · Barbara Franke · Anders M. Dale · Ole A. Andreassen · Ole A. Andreassen
The Network Structure of Schizotypal Personality Traits Mingrui Xia · Mingrui Xia · Fay Y. Womer · Miao Chang · Yue Zhu · Qian Zhou · Elliot Kale Edmiston · Xiaowei Jiang · Shengnan Wei · Jia Duan · Ke Xu · Yanqing Tang · Yong He · Yong He · Fei Wang · Fei Wang
S118. CAN THE POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE SYNDROME SCALE (PANSS) DIFFERENTIATE REFRACTORY FROM NON-REFRACTORY SCHIZOPHRENIA? A FACTOR ANALYTIC INVESTIGATION BASED ON DATA FROM THE PATTERN COHORT STUDY Amanda E. Lyall · Amanda E. Lyall · Peter Savadjiev · Elisabetta del Re · Elisabetta del Re · Johanna Seitz · Lauren J. O’Donnell · Carl-Fredrik Westin · Raquelle I. Mesholam-Gately · Tracey L. Petryshen · Tracey L. Petryshen · Joanne Wojcik · Paul G. Nestor · Margaret A. Niznikiewicz · Jill M. Goldstein · Jill M. Goldstein · Larry J. Seidman · Larry J. Seidman · Robert W. McCarley · Martha Elizabeth Shenton · Marek Kubicki · Marek Kubicki · Marek Kubicki
S111. ARE SCHIZOPHRENIA AND SCHIZO-AFFECTIVE DISORDER SEPARABLE? Jason A. Jepson · Jason A. Jepson
Negative Schizotypy and Altered Functional Connectivity during Facial Emotion Processing Sungkean Kim · Sungkean Kim · Hyeonjin Jeon · Kuk-In Jang · Kuk-In Jang · Yong-Wook Kim · Yong-Wook Kim · Chang-Hwan Im · Seung-Hwan Lee · Seung-Hwan Lee
Data-Driven Analysis of Functional Connectivity Reveals a Potential Auditory Verbal Hallucination Network J.M. Goikolea · Danai Dima · Ramon Landin-Romero · Imma Torres · Giuseppe Delvecchio · Marc Valentí · Benedikt Amann · C.M. Bonnin · Peter J. McKenna · Edith Pomarol-Clotet · Sophia Frangou · Eduard Vieta · Eduard Vieta
Utilizing Mutual Information Analysis to Explore the Relationship Between Gray and White Matter Structural Pathologies in Schizophrenia Robert W. Buchanan · William T. Carpenter · William T. Carpenter
Motivation for Writing Jentien Vermeulen · Geeske van Rooijen · Marita van de Kerkhof · Arjen Sutterland · Christoph U. Correll · Christoph U. Correll · Lieuwe de Haan · Lieuwe de Haan
Mismatch Negativity and Cortical Thickness in Patients With Schizophrenia and Bipolar Disorder Anthony O. Ahmed · Brian Kirkpatrick · Silvana Galderisi · A. Mucci · Alessandro Rossi · Alessandro Bertolino · Paola Rocca · Mario Maj · Stefan Kaiser · Martin Bischof · Matthias N. Hartmann-Riemer · Matthias Kirschner · Karoline Schneider · María Paz García-Portilla · Anna Mané · Miguel Bernardo · Emilio Fernandez-Egea · Cui Jiefeng · Yao Jing · Tan Shu-ping · James M. Gold · Daniel N. Allen · Gregory P. Strauss · Gregory P. Strauss
Multimodal Brain Changes in First-Episode Mania: A Voxel-Based Morphometry, Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging, and Connectivity Study Eduardo Fonseca-Pedrero · Javier Ortuño · Martin Debbané · Martin Debbané · Raymond C.K. Chan · David C. Cicero · Lisa C. Zhang · Colleen A. Brenner · Emma Barkus · Richard J. Linscott · Thomas R. Kwapil · Neus Barrantes-Vidal · Alex S. Cohen · Adrian Raine · Michael T. Compton · Erin B. Tone · Julie A. Suhr · Felix Inchausti · Julio Bobes · Axit Fumero · Stella G. Giakoumaki · Ioannis Tsaousis · Antonio Preti · Michael Chmielewski · Julien Laloyaux · Julien Laloyaux · Julien Laloyaux · Anwar Mechri · Mohamed Aymen Lahmar · Viviana M. Wuthrich · Frank Laroi · Frank Laroi · Frank Laroi · Johanna C. Badcock · Assen Jablensky · Adela M Isvoranu · Sacha Epskamp · Eiko I. Fried · Eiko I. Fried · Eiko I. Fried
Clinically Meaningful Gaps Between Clinical Trials and Patient Treatment Seth C. Hopkins · Ajay Ogirala · Antony Loebel · Kenneth S. Koblan · Kenneth S. Koblan
Clozapine and Long-Term Mortality Risk in Patients With Schizophrenia: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis of Studies Lasting 1.1–12.5 Years Jennie G. Pouget · Jennie G. Pouget
Cross-cultural Validation of the 5-Factor Structure of Negative Symptoms in Schizophrenia Erik Simonsen · Erik Simonsen · Giles Newton-Howes · Giles Newton-Howes
Transformed PANSS Factors Intended to Reduce Pseudospecificity Among Symptom Domains and Enhance Understanding of Symptom Change in Antipsychotic-Treated Patients With Schizophrenia Lena Palaniyappan · Peter F. Liddle · Peter F. Liddle
Dysregulated Maturation of the Functional Connectome in Antipsychotic-Naïve, First-Episode Patients With Adolescent-Onset Schizophrenia Yu Sun · Yu Sun · Simon L. Collinson · John Suckling · Kang Sim · Kang Sim
The Emerging Immunogenetic Architecture of Schizophrenia Joseph Firth · Joseph Firth · Brendon Stubbs · Brendon Stubbs · Davy Vancampfort · Josh A. Firth · Matthew Large · Simon Rosenbaum · Simon Rosenbaum · Mats Hallgren · Philip B. Ward · Jerome Sarris · Jerome Sarris · Alison R. Yung · Alison R. Yung · Alison R. Yung
Personality Pathology and Schizophrenia Fiona J. Charlson · Fiona J. Charlson · Fiona J. Charlson · Alize J. Ferrari · Alize J. Ferrari · Alize J. Ferrari · Damian Santomauro · Damian Santomauro · Damian Santomauro · Sandra Diminic · Sandra Diminic · Emily Stockings · James Scott · James Scott · James Scott · John J. McGrath · John J. McGrath · John J. McGrath · Harvey Whiteford · Harvey Whiteford · Harvey Whiteford · Harvey Whiteford
Shared and Distinct Functional Architectures of Brain Networks Across Psychiatric Disorders Xingui Chen · Gong-Jun Ji · Chunyan Zhu · Xiaomeng Bai · Lu Wang · Kongliang He · Yaxiang Gao · Longxiang Tao · Fengqiong Yu · Yanghua Tian · Kai Wang · Kai Wang
T168. STRUCTURAL COVARIANCE AND CORTICAL REORGANIZATION IN SCHIZOPHRENIA: AN MRI-BASED MORPHOMETRIC STUDY Lotta-Katrin Pries · Sinan Guloksuz · Sinan Guloksuz · Margreet ten Have · Ron de Graaf · Saskia van Dorsselaer · Nicole Gunther · Nicole Gunther · Christian Rauschenberg · Ulrich Reininghaus · Ulrich Reininghaus · Rajiv Radhakrishnan · Maarten Bak · Bart P.F. Rutten · Jim van Os · Jim van Os · Jim van Os
Grip Strength Is Associated With Cognitive Performance in Schizophrenia and the General Population: A UK Biobank Study of 476559 Participants S. Liu · Haiying Wang · Ming Song · Luxian Lv · Yue Cui · Yong Liu · Lingzhong Fan · Nianming Zuo · Kaibin Xu · Yuhui Du · Yuhui Du · Qingbao Yu · Na Luo · Shile Qi · Jian Yang · Sangma Xie · Jian Li · Jun Chen · Yunchun Chen · Huaning Wang · Hua Guo · Ping Wan · Yongfeng Yang · Yongfeng Yang · Peng Li · Lin Lu · Lin Lu · Hao Yan · Jun Yan · Huiling Wang · Hongxing Zhang · Dai Zhang · Dai Zhang · Vince D. Calhoun · Vince D. Calhoun · Tianzi Jiang · Jing Sui · Jing Sui
Global Epidemiology and Burden of Schizophrenia: Findings From the Global Burden of Disease Study 2016 Alexandra Moussa-Tooks · Dae-Jin Kim · Lisa Bartolomeo · John Purcell · Amanda R. Bolbecker · Amanda R. Bolbecker · Amanda R. Bolbecker · Sharlene D. Newman · Sharlene D. Newman · Brian F. O’Donnell · Brian F. O’Donnell · Brian F. O’Donnell · William P. Hetrick · William P. Hetrick · William P. Hetrick · William P. Hetrick
Neural Correlates of Auditory Verbal Hallucinations in Schizophrenia and the Therapeutic Response to Theta-Burst Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation Hadar Zaman · Stephanie Sampson · Alison Beck · Tarang Sharma · Fiona J. Clay · Styliani Spyridi · Sai Zhao · Donna Gillies · Donna Gillies
Evidence That Environmental and Familial Risks for Psychosis Additively Impact a Multidimensional Subthreshold Psychosis Syndrome Nickole Kanyuch · Stewart A. Anderson · Stewart A. Anderson
Linked 4-Way Multimodal Brain Differences in Schizophrenia in a Large Chinese Han Population Anna R. Docherty · Anna R. Docherty · Eduardo Fonseca-Pedrero · Martin Debbané · Martin Debbané · Raymond C.K. Chan · Richard J. Linscott · Katherine G. Jonas · David C. Cicero · Melissa J. Green · Leonard J. Simms · Oliver Mason · David Watson · Ulrich Ettinger · Monika A. Waszczuk · Alexander Rapp · Phillip Grant · Phillip Grant · Roman Kotov · Colin G. DeYoung · Camilo J. Ruggero · Nicolas R Eaton · Robert F. Krueger · Christopher J. Patrick · Christopher J. Hopwood · F. Anthony O’Neill · David H. Zald · Christopher C. Conway · Daniel E. Adkins · Irwin D. Waldman · Jim van Os · Jim van Os · Jim van Os · Patrick F. Sullivan · Patrick F. Sullivan · John S Anderson · Andrey A. Shabalin · Scott R. Sponheim · Stephan F. Taylor · Rachel G Grazioplene · Silviu Alin Bacanu · Tim B. Bigdeli · Tim B. Bigdeli · Corinna Haenschel · Dolores Malaspina · Diane C. Gooding · Frauke Schultze-Lutter · Neus Barrantes-Vidal · Neus Barrantes-Vidal · Christine Mohr · William T. Carpenter · Alex S. Cohen · Alex S. Cohen
Impaired Effective Connectivity During a Cerebellar-Mediated Sensorimotor Synchronization Task in Schizophrenia Meiling Li · Benjamin Becker · Junjie Zheng · Yan Zhang · Heng Chen · Wei Liao · Xujun Duan · Hesheng Liu · Jingping Zhao · Huafu Chen · Huafu Chen
Benzodiazepines for Psychosis-Induced Aggression or Agitation Michelle H. Lim · David L. Penn · David L. Penn · David L. Penn
3.1 ENHANCED PARVALBUMIN NETWORK ACTIVITY PROLONGS CRITICAL PERIOD PLASTICITY Dustin Scheinost · Fuyuze Tokoglu · Michelle Hampson · Ralph E. Hoffman · R. Todd Constable · R. Todd Constable
F126. PATHWAYS FROM SPEECH ILLUSIONS TO PSYCHOTIC SYMPTOMS IN SUBJECTS AT ULTRA-HIGH RISK FOR PSYCHOSIS: COMBINING AN EXPERIMENTAL PARADIGM OF ABERRANT EXPERIENCES WITH NETWORK ANALYSIS Yi Wang · Zhi Li · W-H Liu · X-H Wei · X-Q Jiang · Ssy Lui · S Ho-Wai So · Efc Cheung · Martin Debbané · Martin Debbané · Rck Chan · Rck Chan
F66. DO CLINICAL VARIABLES DURING THE EARLY ILLNESS PERIOD PREDICT THE COGNITIVE COURSE IN EARLY-ONSET SCHIZOPHRENIA? Walter Heinrichs · Leah Hartman · Farena Pinnock · Farzaneh Mashhadi · Sarah Ciantar · Sarah Ciantar
O3.1. NEUROTYPING UNTREATED FIRST EPISODE SCHIZOPHRENIA ON THE BASIS OF SLOW-WAVE RESTING-STATE DYNAMICS Rosana de Freitas · Bernardo dos Santos · Carlo Altamura · Corrado Bernasconi · Ricardo Corral · Jonathan Evans · Ashok Malla · Marie-Odile Krebs · Anna-Lena Nordstroem · Mathias Zink · Josep Maria Haro · Josep Maria Haro
T56. AN EXPLORATORY ANALYSIS CONVERTING SCORES BETWEEN THE PANSS AND BNSS Rachel A. Batty · Will Woods · Susan L. Rossell · Susan L. Rossell
F249. FAMILY BURDEN IN THE US RAISE-ETP PROGRAM: TREATMENT EFFECTS AND PREDICTORS David M. Bortz · Anthony A. Grace · Anthony A. Grace
F129. COMBINED PATTERNS OF TOBACCO AND CANNABIS USE IN ADOLESCENCE AND THEIR ASSOCIATION WITH PSYCHOTIC EXPERIENCES: A LONGITUDINAL ANALYSIS Jose M. Rubio · Kinza Ahmed · Christoph U. Correll · Katsuhiko Hagi · Taishiro Kishimoto · John M. Kane · John M. Kane
Blood-Based Protein Changes in Childhood Are Associated With increased risk for later psychotic disorder: evidence from a nested case–control study of the ALSPAC Longitudinal Birth Cohort James M. Gold · Benjamin M. Robinson · Carly J. Leonard · Britta Hahn · Shuo Chen · Robert P. McMahon · Steven J. Luck · Steven J. Luck
O1.3. A COMPUTATIONAL TRIAL-BY-TRIAL EEG ANALYSIS OF HIERARCHICAL PRECISION-WEIGHTED PREDICTION ERRORS Kiri Granger · Jack Cotter · Elizabeth K. Baker · John Evenden · Jennifer H. Barnett · Michael Sand · Michael Sand
T234. BREAKTHROUGH ON ANTIPSYCHOTIC MAINTENANCE MEDICATION: A STUDY-LEVEL META-ANALYSIS AND META-REGRESSION ANALYSIS William T. Carpenter · William T. Carpenter
T63. TOWARDS A COMPREHENSIVE SEMANTIC MEMORY NETWORK IN SCHIZOPHRENIA: PRELIMINARY RESULTS USING MAGNETOENCEPHALOGRAPHY (MEG) IN SCHIZOTYPY Maurizia Franscini · Nina Traber-Walker · Miriam Gerstenberg · Sibylle Metzler · Susanne Walitza · Susanne Walitza
S40. MEDIAL SEPTUM ACTIVATION PRODUCES OPPOSITE EFFECTS ON DOPAMINE NEURON ACTIVITY IN THE VENTRAL TEGMENTAL AREA AND SUBSTANTIA NIGRA PARS COMPACTA IN MAM VERSUS NORMAL RATS Amjad Mussa · Meirav Blizovski · Dan Koren · Dan Koren
S74. EXPLORING PARTICIPANT-LEVEL TRAJECTORIES OF COGNITIVE PERFORMANCE AMONG PATIENTS WITH SCHIZOPHRENIA IN A MULTI-NATIONAL TRIAL Juliet Richetto · Juliet Richetto
5. RETHINKING THE TAXONOMY, COURSE, AND OUTCOME OF PSYCHOSES: DIMENSIONAL, LATENT TRAJECTORY, AND TRANSDIAGNOSTIC APPROACHES Lynn E. DeLisi · Lynn E. DeLisi
S33. ETRO - A PROSPECTIVE FOLLOW-UP STUDY OF THE COMBINED TREATMENT APPROACHROBINFOR ADOLESCENTS WITH HIGH RISK FOR DEVELOPING A PSYCHOTIC DISORDER: THERAPY MODULES ENHANCED BY A SMARTPHONE APPLICATION Susan L. Rossell · Eric J. Tan · Nathan Wilson · Wei Lin Toh · Sean Carruthers · Philip Sumner · Matthew Edward Hughes · Neil Thomas · Neil Thomas
S1. THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN WAR-RELATED STRESS, PTSD SYMPTOMS, AND SUB-CLINICAL PSYCHOSIS: A CROSS-CULTURAL POPULATION-BASED STUDY AMONG PALESTINIAN AND ISRAELI YOUNG ADULTS Nora Penzel · Peter Falkai · Nikolaos Koutsouleris · Joseph Kambeitz · Joseph Kambeitz
30.4 PRENATAL INFECTION AND LONG-TERM BRAIN PATHOLOGY: FROM PRECLINICAL MODELS TO MECHANISMS Katharine Chisholm · Johanna T. W. Wigman · Danielle Hallett · Tamara Woodall · Simone Mahfouda · Renate Reniers · Eoin Killackey · Alison R. Yung · Stephen J. Wood · Ashleigh Lin · Ashleigh Lin
21. IDENTIFYING INDIVIDUALS AT HIGH RISK FOR SCHIZOPHRENIA: LJ SEIDMAN MEMORIAL SYMPOSIUM Farivar Fathian · Else-Marie Løberg · Rolf Gjestad · Vidar M. Steen · Rune A. Kroken · Hugo A. Jørgensen · Erik Johnsen · Erik Johnsen
O2.7. CAN THEY HEAR IT? DO PATIENTS WITH AUDITORY VERBAL HALLUCINATIONS HAVE AUDITORY PROCESSING DEFICITS? Keri Wong · Keri Wong
F185. BRAIN STRUCTURAL PATTERNS DIFFERENTIATE EARLY- AND LATE-ONSET CANNABIS USE IN PSYCHOTIC PATIENTS: PRELIMINARY RESULTS FROM THE PRONIA STUDY Marco P. Boks · Lotte C. Houtepen · Z. Xu · Yujie He · Gianluca Ursini · Adam X. Maihofer · Prashanth Rajarajan · Hilleke E. Hulshoff Pol · Bart P.F. Rutten · Andrew E. Jaffe · Joel E Kleinmann · Dewleen G. Baker · Elly M. Hol · Schahram Akbarian · Caroline M. Nievergelt · Lot de Witte · Christiaan H. Vinkers · Daniel R. Weinberger · Yaqin Yu · René S. Kahn · René S. Kahn
S28. THE ROLE OF COPING IN THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN SUBCLINICAL PSYCHOTIC EXPERIENCES AND DAILY FUNCTIONING: EVIDENCE FROM TWO INDEPENDENT ADOLESCENT SAMPLES FROM THE GENERAL POPULATION Gianluca Ursini · Giovanna Punzi · Qiang Chen · Stefano Marenco · Joshua F. Robinson · Annamaria Porcelli · Emily G. Hamilton · Marina Mitjans · Giancarlo Maddalena · Martin Begemann · Jan Seidel · Hidenaga Yanamori · Andrew E. Jaffe · Karen Faith Berman · Michael F. Egan · Richard E. Straub · Carlo Colantuoni · Giuseppe Blasi · Ryota Hashimoto · Dan Rujescu · Hannelore Ehrenreich · Alessandro Bertolino · Daniel R. Weinberger · Daniel R. Weinberger
S87. THE INITIAL CHANGE IN THE SERUM LEVEL OF C-REACTIVE PROTEIN IN ACUTE PSYCHOSIS IS ASSOCIATED WITH COGNITIVE PERFORMANCE IN LATER PHASES Matej Orešič · Matej Orešič
S30. UNDERSTANDING THE NATURE OF CHILDHOOD SUSPICIOUSNESS: A QUALITATIVE STUDY Bibiana Cabrera Llorca · Miquel Bioque · Gisela Mezquida · Ana González-Pinto · Mara Parellada · Julio Bobes · Antonio Lobo · Borja García-Bueno · Karina S. MacDowell · Carla Torrent · Pilar Saiz-Martinez · Juan C. Leza · Miquel Bernardo · Miquel Bernardo
O4.1. GENETIC VULNERABILITY TO DUSP22 PROMOTOR HYPERMETHYLATION IS INVOLVED IN THE RELATION BETWEEN IN UTERO FAMINE EXPOSURE AND SCHIZOPHRENIA Oliver Howes · Sameer Jauhar · Stefan Brugger · Fiona Pepper · Fiona Pepper
O4.7. PLACENTAL GENE EXPRESSION, OBSTETRICAL HISTORY AND POLYGENIC RISK FOR SCHIZOPHRENIA Tushar Das · Mingli Li · Lena Palaniyappan · Tao Li · Tao Li
42. METABOLISM AND CO-MORBIDITIES IN PSYCHOTIC DISORDERS Charlotte Teigset · Christine Mohn · Bjørn Rishovd Rund · Bjørn Rishovd Rund
F12. INFLAMMATORY BIOMARKERS AND COGNITION IN FIRST EPISODE PSYCHOSIS: GENDER DIFFERENCES Adela-Maria Isvoranu · Lindy-Lou Boyette · Frederike Schirmbeck · Claudia J. P. Simons · Denny Borsboom · Lieuwe de Haan · Lieuwe de Haan
Enhancing Psychosis-Spectrum Nosology Through an International Data Sharing Initiative Mhairi McDonald · Eleni Christoforidou · Nicola J. van Rijsbergen · Ruchika Gajwani · Joachim Gross · Joachim Gross · Andrew Gumley · Stephen M. Lawrie · Matthias Schwannauer · Frauke Schultze-Lutter · Frauke Schultze-Lutter · Peter J. Uhlhaas · Peter J. Uhlhaas
9.2 BRAIN STRUCTURAL AND NEUROCHEMICAL HETEROGENEITY AND HOMOGENEITY IN PSYCHOTIC DISORDERS: TRANSDIAGNOSTIC PET AND MRI IMAGING FINDINGS IN SCHIZOPHRENIA AND BIPOLAR AFFECTIVE DISORDER Hensch Takao · Hensch Takao
Using Digital Technology in the Treatment of Schizophrenia Laila Asmal · Sanja Kilian · Stefan du Plessis · Frederika Scheffler · Bonginkosi Chiliza · Jean-Paul Fouche · Soraya Seedat · Paola Dazzan · Robin Emsley · Robin Emsley
High-Frequency Neuronavigated rTMS in Auditory Verbal Hallucinations: A Pilot Double-Blind Controlled Study in Patients With Schizophrenia Randolph C. H. Chan · Winnie W. S. Mak · Floria H. N. Chio · Alan C.Y. Tong · Alan C.Y. Tong
Crossing Boundaries in Schizotypy Research: An Introduction to the Special Supplement Michele Poletti · Marianne Nilsen Kvande · Judith M. Ford · Judith M. Ford · Andrea Raballo · Andrea Raballo · Andrea Raballo
Brain Connectivity Deviates by Sex and Hemisphere in the First Episode of Schizophrenia—A Route to the Genetic Basis of Language and Psychosis? Ryan M. Cassidy · Fang Yang · Flavio Kapczinski · Ives Cavalcante Passos · Ives Cavalcante Passos
Familial Risk and a Genome-Wide Supported DRD2 Variant for Schizophrenia Predict Lateral Prefrontal-Amygdala Effective Connectivity During Emotion Processing Justin D. Metcalfe · Robert E. Drake · Robert E. Drake · Gary R. Bond · Gary R. Bond
Motor Impairment and Developmental Psychotic Risk: Connecting the Dots and Narrowing the Pathophysiological Gap Jamie Murphy · Orla McBride · Eiko I. Fried · Mark Shevlin · Mark Shevlin
Risk Factors for Suicidality in Patients With Schizophrenia: A Systematic Review, Meta-analysis, and Meta-regression of 96 Studies Joseph Firth · Joseph Firth · Brendon Stubbs · Brendon Stubbs · Davy Vancampfort · Felipe B. Schuch · Simon Rosenbaum · Simon Rosenbaum · Philip B. Ward · Josh A. Firth · Jerome Sarris · Jerome Sarris · Alison R. Yung · Alison R. Yung · Alison R. Yung
Will Machine Learning Enable Us to Finally Cut the Gordian Knot of Schizophrenia Sonia Dollfus · Nemat Jaafari · Olivier Guillin · Benoit Trojak · Marion Plaze · Ghassen Saba · Cécilia Nauczyciel · Aurélie Montagne Larmurier · Nathalie Chastan · Vincent Meille · Marie-Odile Krebs · Samar S. Ayache · Jean Pascal Lefaucheur · Annick Razafimandimby · Elise Leroux · Rémy Morello · Jean Marie Batail · Perrine Brazo · Nicolas Lafay · Issa Wassouf · Ghina Harika-Germaneau · Rémy Guillevin · Carole Guillevin · Emmanuel Gerardin · Maud Rotharmel · Benoît Crépon · Raphaël Gaillard · Christophe Delmas · Gael Fouldrin · Guillaume Laurent · Clément Nathou · Olivier Etard · Olivier Etard
Economic, Labor, and Regulatory Moderators of the Effect of Individual Placement and Support Among People With Severe Mental Illness: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis Hai-Ti Lin · Shi-Kai Liu · Shi-Kai Liu · Ming H. Hsieh · Yi-Ling Chien · I-Ming Chen · Shih-Cheng Liao · Hui-Ju Tsai · Hui-Ju Tsai · Chi-Shin Wu · Chi-Shin Wu
Distress, Impairment and the Extended Psychosis Phenotype: A Network Analysis of Psychotic Experiences in an US General Population Sample Scott W. Woods · Albert R. Powers · Jerome H Taylor · Jerome H Taylor · Charlie A. Davidson · Charlie A. Davidson · Jason K. Johannesen · Jean Addington · Diana O. Perkins · Carrie E. Bearden · Kristin S. Cadenhead · Tyrone D. Cannon · Barbara A. Cornblatt · Larry J. Seidman · Ming T. Tsuang · Ming T. Tsuang · Elaine F. Walker · Thomas H. McGlashan · Thomas H. McGlashan
The Validity and Value of Self-reported Physical Activity and Accelerometry in People With Schizophrenia: A Population-Scale Study of the UK Biobank Joshua Chiappelli · Qiaoyun Shi · Sarah Andrea Wijtenburg · Raimi L. Quiton · Krista Wisner · Frank Gaston · Priyadurga Kodi · Christopher Gaudiot · Peter Kochunov · Laura M. Rowland · Laura M. Rowland · Liyi Elliot Hong · Liyi Elliot Hong
Negative Symptom Interventions in Youth at Risk of Psychosis: A Systematic Review and Network Meta-analysis David Trevor Turner · Edel McGlanaghy · Pim Cuijpers · Mark van der Gaag · Eirini Karyotaki · Angus MacBeth · Angus MacBeth
How I Made the Decision Not to Have Children William T. Carpenter · John S. Strauss · John S. Strauss
Lack of diagnostic pluripotentiality in patients at clinical high risk for psychosis: Specificity of comorbidity persistence and search for pluripotential subgroups Andreas Meyer-Lindenberg · Andreas Meyer-Lindenberg
Glutamatergic Response to Heat Pain Stress in Schizophrenia Jacob A Miller · Matthew A. Scult · Emily Drabant Conley · Qiang Chen · Daniel R. Weinberger · Ahmad R. Hariri · Ahmad R. Hariri
Flourishing With Psychosis: A Prospective Examination on the Interactions Between Clinical, Functional, and Personal Recovery Processes on Well-being Among Individuals with Schizophrenia Spectrum Disorders Mara Parellada · Sandra Gomez-Vallejo · Monica Burdeus · Celso Arango · Celso Arango
Protective Factors for Psychotic Symptoms Among Poly-victimized Children Daniel R. Weinberger · Daniel R. Weinberger
Effects of Schizophrenia Polygenic Risk Scores on Brain Activity and Performance During Working Memory Subprocesses in Healthy Young Adults Tania M. Lincoln · Johanna Sundag · Björn Schlier · Anne Karow · Anne Karow
The Relevance of Emotion Regulation in Explaining Why Social Exclusion Triggers Paranoia in Individuals at Clinical High Risk of Psychosis Liya Sun · Xuhan Yang · Jie Jiang · Xiaowen Hu · Ying Qing · Dandan Wang · Tianqi Yang · Chao Yang · Juan Zhang · Ping Yang · Peng Wang · Changqun Cai · Jijun Wang · Lin He · Chunling Wan · Chunling Wan
Psychosis as a Dialectic of Aha- and Anti-Aha-Experiences Naren Rao · Naren Rao · Georg Northoff · Abanti Tagore · Pablo Rusjan · Miran Kenk · Alan A. Wilson · Sylvain Houle · Antonio P. Strafella · Gary Remington · Romina Mizrahi · Romina Mizrahi
Assessment of Cognition and Personality as Potential Endophenotypes in the Western Australian Family Study of Schizophrenia Jane A. English · Lorna M. Lopez · Aoife O’Gorman · Melanie Föcking · Magdalena Hryniewiecka · Caitriona Scaife · Sophie Sabherwal · Kieran Wynne · Patrick Dicker · Bart P.F. Rutten · Glynn Lewis · Stanley Zammit · Stanley Zammit · Mary Cannon · Gerard Cagney · David Cotter · David Cotter
Auditory Verbal Hallucinations in Schizophrenia From a Levels of Explanation Perspective Joseph Firth · Rebekah Carney · Brendon Stubbs · Brendon Stubbs · Scott Teasdale · Davy Vancampfort · Philip B. Ward · Michael Berk · Michael Berk · Jerome Sarris · Jerome Sarris · Jerome Sarris
Disconnected and Hyperactive: A Replication of Sensorimotor Cortex Abnormalities in Patients With Schizophrenia During Proactive Response Inhibition Tiziana Quarto · Tiziana Quarto · Isabella Paparella · Davide De Tullio · Giovanna Viscanti · Leonardo Fazio · Paolo Taurisano · Raffaella Romano · Antonio Rampino · Rita Masellis · Teresa Popolizio · Pierluigi Selvaggi · Pierluigi Selvaggi · Giulio Pergola · Alessandro Bertolino · Giuseppe Blasi · Giuseppe Blasi
Impacts of Electroconvulsive Therapy on 1-Year Outcomes in Patients With Schizophrenia: A Controlled, Population-Based Mirror-Image Study Eloise Crush · Louise Arseneault · Sara R. Jaffee · Andrea Danese · Andrea Danese · Helen L. Fisher · Helen L. Fisher
High-Dimensional Immunology for Schizophrenia Research: A Short Perspective Qiang Wang · Jie Zhang · Zhaowen Liu · T J Crow · Kai Zhang · Lena Palaniyappan · Lena Palaniyappan · Mingli Li · Liansheng Zhao · Xiaojing Li · Wei Deng · Wanjun Guo · Xiaohong Ma · Wei Cheng · Liang Ma · Lin Wan · Lin Wan · Guangming Lu · Guangming Lu · Zhening Liu · Jijun Wang · Jianfeng Feng · Tao Li · Tao Li
Using online-screening in the general population to detect participants at clinical high-risk for psychosis Betty S Ruoss · Betty S Ruoss
Childhood Trauma Associated White Matter Abnormalities in First-Episode Schizophrenia Joseph Hayes · Suzanne Picot · David Osborn · Glyn Lewis · Christina Dalman · Andreas Lundin · Andreas Lundin
How Many Patients With Schizophrenia Do Not Respond to Antipsychotic Drugs in the Short Term? An Analysis Based on Individual Patient Data From Randomized Controlled Trials Alex S. Cohen · Raymond C.K. Chan · Martin Debbané · Martin Debbané · Martin Debbané
Impaired Prefrontal Cortical Dopamine Release in Schizophrenia During a Cognitive Task: A [11C]FLB 457 Positron Emission Tomography Study Mark F. Lenzenweger · Mark F. Lenzenweger
From Failing Meds to the Ones That Worked Paolo Fusar-Poli · Nomi Werbeloff · Nomi Werbeloff · Grazia Rutigliano · Dominic Oliver · Daniel Stahl · Philip McGuire · David Osborn · David Osborn · David Osborn
Toxoplasma gondii: Biological Parameters of the Connection to Schizophrenia Danielle A. Schlosser · Timothy R. Campellone · Timothy R. Campellone · Brandy Truong · Kevin Etter · Silvia Vergani · Kiya Komaiko · Sophia Vinogradov · Sophia Vinogradov · Sophia Vinogradov
Schizotypy, Schizotypic Psychopathology, and Schizophrenia: Hearing Echoes, Leveraging Prior Advances, and Probing New Angles Peilin Jia · Xiangning Chen · Wei Xie · Kenneth S. Kendler · Zhongming Zhao · Zhongming Zhao
Identification of the Niacin-Blunted Subgroup of Schizophrenia Patients from Mood Disorders and Healthy Individuals in Chinese Population Ana Pocivavsek · Laura M. Rowland · Laura M. Rowland
Transdiagnostic risk calculator for the automatic detection of individuals at risk and the prediction of psychosis: second replication in an independent National Health Service Trust Allyson P Mallya · Ariel Y. Deutch · Ariel Y. Deutch · Ariel Y. Deutch
Efficacy of PRIME, a Mobile App Intervention Designed to Improve Motivation in Young People With Schizophrenia Dinesh Shukla · S. Andrea Wijtenburg · Hongji Chen · Joshua Chiappelli · Peter Kochunov · L. Elliot Hong · Laura M. Rowland · Laura M. Rowland
Visual Acuity in Late Adolescence and Future Psychosis Risk in a Cohort of 1 Million Men Yan Wen · Feng Zhang · Qianrui Fan · Wenyu Wang · Jiawen Xu · Feng Zhu · Jingcan Hao · Awen He · Li Liu · Xiao Liang · Yanan Du · Ping Li · Cuiyan Wu · Sen Wang · Xi Wang · Yujie Ning · Xiong Guo · Xiong Guo
eQTLs Weighted Genetic Correlation Analysis Detected Brain Region Differences in Genetic Correlations for Complex Psychiatric Disorders Caroline Wüsten · Björn Schlier · Edo S. Jaya · Behrooz Z. Alizadeh · Agna A. Bartels-Velthuis · Nico van Beveren · Richard Bruggeman · Wiepke Cahn · Lieuwe de Haan · Philippe Delespaul · Carin J. Meijer · Inez Myin-Germeys · René S. Kahn · Frederike Schirmbeck · Claudia J. P. Simons · Neeltje E.M. van Haren · Jim van Os · Ruud van Winkel · Eduardo Fonseca-Pedrero · Emmanuelle Peters · Emmanuelle Peters · Hélène Verdoux · Todd S. Woodward · Tim B Ziermans · Tania M. Lincoln · Genetic Risk · Genetic Risk
Anterior Cingulate Glutamate and GABA Associations on Functional Connectivity in Schizophrenia Jason A. Jepson · Jason A. Jepson
Psychotic Experiences and Related Distress: A Cross-national Comparison and Network Analysis Based on 7141 Participants From 13 Countries Christopher J. Wertz · Faith M. Hanlon · Nicholas A. Shaff · Andrew B. Dodd · Juan Bustillo · Shannon F. Stromberg · Denise S. Lin · Swala Abrams · Ronald A. Yeo · Jingyu Liu · Vince D. Calhoun · Vince D. Calhoun · Andrew R. Mayer · Andrew R. Mayer
Mega-analysis of Odds Ratio: A Convergent Method for a Deep Understanding of the Genetic Evidence in Schizophrenia Myrto Samara · Adriani Nikolakopoulou · Georgia Salanti · Stefan Leucht · Stefan Leucht
Dynamic Reorganization of Functional Connectivity Reveals Abnormal Temporal Efficiency in Schizophrenia Jianchun Xiao · Emese Prandovszky · Geetha Kannan · Mikhail V. Pletnikov · Faith Dickerson · Emily G. Severance · Robert H. Yolken · Robert H. Yolken
Micro)Glia as Effectors of Cortical Volume Loss in Schizophrenia George K. Lewis · George K. Lewis
182. Childhood Maltreatment, Postnatal Symptoms, and Neonatal Behavior in Postpartum Psychosis Melissa Tarasenko · Wen Zhang · Alexandra Shiluk · Sonia Rackelmann · Amy Taylor · Lauren Cardoso · Andrew Bismark · Michael L. Thomas · Joyce Sprock · Kristine Tiernan · Cassandra Kauffman · Neal R. Swerdlow · Gregory A. Light · Gregory A. Light
SA24. Mindfulness Interventions in Early Psychosis: A Feasibility Study to Assess Neurocognitive and Biomarker Outcomes Tianhong Zhang · Huijun Li · LiHua Xu · Yingying Tang · HuiRu Cui · YanYan Wei · Kristen A. Woodberry · Daniel I. Shapiro · William S. Stone · Larry J. Seidman · Jijun Wang · Jijun Wang
66. Broad Monitoring Deficits in Schizophrenia: Converging Evidence From a Rat Model of Prenatal Kynurenic Acid Elevation Dibyadeep Datta · Yury M. Morozov · Yury M. Morozov
SA72. Neural Correlates of Self-Reflection in Schizophrenia: A Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging Study Thomas Munk Laursen · Trine Munk-Olsen · Michael Eriksen Benros · Michael Eriksen Benros
SA62. The Auditory Brainstem Response to Complex Sounds (cABR) Indexes Cognitive Network Function in Schizophrenia Deidre M. Anglin · Eric A. Fertuck · Aleksandr Tikhonov · Samantha Deokinanan · Jack Grinband · Scott T. Wilson · Scott T. Wilson
SU39. Do Baseline Clinical and Neurocognitive Features Predict Conversion in Individuals With Clinical High Risk to Psychosis in Shanghai Juan A. Gallego · Christopher Morell · Robert K. McNamara · Todd Lencz · Anil K. Malhotra · Anil K. Malhotra
218. Top-Down or Bottom-Up? Comparison of Two Computer-Assisted Modalities of Cognitive Remediation Therapy for Schizophrenia Ying-min Zou · Ke Ni · Yang-yu Wang · En-qing Yu · Simon S.Y. Lui · Eric F. C. Cheung · Raymond C.K. Chan · Raymond C.K. Chan
SA48. Tobacco Craving and Triggers in Smokers With Schizophrenia Martijn G.J.C. Koevoets · Jessica de Nijs · Jessica de Nijs
M97. Impairments in Mitochondrial Fission in Rhesus Monkey Dorsolateral Prefrontal Cortex: Ultrastructural Evidence for a Novel Cellular Mechanism of Aging Daniel H. Mathalon · Daniel H. Mathalon
M56. Family History With Somatic Diseases as a Risk Factor for Severe Mental Disorders Jordan E. DeVylder · Courtney D. Cogburn · Hans Oh · Deidre M. Anglin · Melissa Edmondson Smith · Tanya L. Sharpe · Hyun-Jin Jun · Jason Schiffman · Ellen P. Lukens · Bruce G. Link · Bruce G. Link
SA59. The Psychophysiological Effects of Racially Primed Social Exclusion Among Ethnic Minorities With Attenuated Psychotic Symptoms Carsten Hjorthøj · Anne Emilie Stürup · John J. McGrath · Merete Nordentoft · Merete Nordentoft
SA57. Life Expectancy and Years of Potential Life Lost in Schizophrenia: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis Carrie E. Bearden · Jean Addington · Kristen Cadenhead · Tyrone D. Cannon · Ricardo E. Carrión · Andrea M. Auther · Barbara A. Cornblatt · Thomas H. McGlashan · Daniel H. Mathalon · Diana O. Perkins · Ming T. Tsuang · Elaine F. Walker · Scott W. Woods · Eric C. Meyer · Larry S Seidman · Larry S Seidman
SA95. A Tale of 2 Endophenotypes in Clinically Unaffected Relatives of Schizophrenia Patients Tinie Grent-’t-Jong · Hanna Thuné · Hanna Thuné
174. Global Research Efforts to Characterize the Neurobiology of the Psychosis Risk Syndrome and to Optimize Clinical Prediction Anna R. Docherty · Daniel E. Adkins · Kenneth S. Kendler · Brien P. Riley · Aiden Corvin · Ayman H. Fanous · Silviu Alin Bacanu · Silviu Alin Bacanu
127. Pathway-Based Molecular Subtyping of Schizophrenia Accounting for Population Stratification and Sex David R. Roalf · Ravi Prakash Reddy Nanga · Ravi Prakash Reddy Nanga
Psychotic Experiences in the Context of Police Victimization: Data From the Survey of Police–Public Encounters Charity J. Morgan · Mark F. Lenzenweger · Deborah L. Levy · Deborah L. Levy
9. Elevated TNF-α Levels in Cerebrospinal Fluid of Patients With Schizophrenia Christopher Kitchen · Stephen J. Heishman · Robert J. McMahon · Laura M. Rowland · Fang Liu · Stephanie Feldman · Ann Marie Kearns · Deanna L. Kelly · Deanna L. Kelly
SA22. Impaired Processing of Social Context During Interpersonal Interactions in Schizophrenia Sharon S. Lander · Darpan Chakraborti · Reut Donner · Frank A. Provenzano · Nicole M. Lewandowski · Susana Mingote · Pierre Maechler · Stephen Rayport · Scott A. Small · Hanoch Kaphzan · Inna Gaisler-Salomon · Inna Gaisler-Salomon
M90. Associations of Cortical Thickness With Awareness of Illness in Enduring Schizophrenia Chaitra Hiremath · Avyarthana Dey · Avyarthana Dey
SU11. Amisulpride Augmentation of Clozapine for Treatment-Refractory Schizophrenia: The AMICUS Study John M. Kane · Michael L. Birnbaum · Michael L. Birnbaum
178.4 Psychosis Literacy of US Latinos: A Community, Clinical, and Caregiver Comparison Thomas R. E. Barnes · Verity C. Leeson · Carol Paton · Louise Marston · David Osborn · Raj Kumar · Patrick Keown · Rameez Zafar · Khalid Iqbal · Vineet Singh · Pavel Fridrich · Zachary Fitzgerald · Hemant Bagalkote · Peter M. Haddad · Mariwan Husni · Tim Amos · Tim Amos
SA45. Amotivation in Schizophrenia, Bipolar Disorder, and Major Depressive Disorder: A Preliminary Comparison Study Thomas W. Sedlak · Thomas W. Sedlak
95. Resilience in Homeless Veterans With and Without a History of Psychosis Susan Whitfield-Gabrieli · Clemens Bauer · Kana Okano · Paul G. Nestor · Elisabetta del Re · Satra Gosh · Margaret A. Niznikiewicz · Margaret A. Niznikiewicz
SU63. Association Between Inflammatory Markers and Negative Symptoms in Individuals With Persistent Symptoms of Schizophrenia Treated With Clozapine Sofia Zaidman · Evan Giangrande · Daniel R. Weinberger · Karen Faith Berman · Dwight Dickinson · Dwight Dickinson
168. Neuroadaptations to Antipsychotic Drugs: Optimizing use of Current Medication Through a Deeper Understanding of Antipsychotic Drug Action in the Brain and Body David Goldsmith · Sarah Kopelovich · Derek Novacek · Jonathon Widener · Evanthia C. Wommack · Jennifer C. Felger · Andrew H. Miller · Robert O. Cotes · Robert O. Cotes
SU86. Multimodal Social Brain Network and Facial Affect Recognition in Schizophrenia Nina R. Schooler · Anzalee Khan · Richard S.E. Keefe · Delbert G. Robinson · John M. Kane · John M. Kane
183. Virtual Reality-Enhanced Job Interview Skills Help Individuals With Severe Mental Illness Obtain Job Offers Jared Greenberg · Jonathan K. Wynn · Junghee Lee · Gerhard Hellemann · Michael F. Green · Michael F. Green
175. From Mechanisms to Medicines: Relations Between Inflammatory/Oxidative Pathways, Schizophrenia Symptoms, and Opportunities for Intervention Esther Hanssen · Nienke van Atteveldt · Nienke van Atteveldt
Visualizing Mental Representations of Emotional Faces in Schizophrenia Britta Hahn · Carolyn Reneski · Carolyn Reneski
M64. Real Time fMRI Feedback Targeting Default Mode Network (DMN) Reduces Auditory Hallucinations Christoph U. Correll · Robert S. Goldman · Josephine Cucchiaro · Ling Deng · Antony Loebel · Antony Loebel
69. Exploring Polygenic Risk in Cognitive Subgroups of Schizophrenia: Associations Between Risk Profile Scores and Measures of Cognition Melissa Woodward · William G. Honer · Wayne Su · Randall F. White · Olga Leonova · Darren E.R. Warburton · Alexander Rauscher · Geoff Smith · Allen E. Thornton · Talia Vertinsky · Vina M. Goghari · Tiffany O’Connor · Aaron A. Phillips · Donna J. Lang · Donna J. Lang
178.2 Developing Strategies to Reduce DUP in the Age of Social Media and the Internet Zackary A. Cope · Arpi Minassian · Dustin Kreitner · David A. MacQueen · Morgane Miliene-Petiot · Mark A. Geyer · William Perry · Jared W. Young · Jared W. Young
SA114. Lurasidone for the Treatment of Adolescent Patients With Schizophrenia: Effect on PANSS Subscales Neeltje E.M. van Haren · L.|info:eu-repo Brinkman · dai · J. Zondergeld · H.|info:eu-repo Aarts · R.|info:eu-repo Dotsch · R.|info:eu-repo Dotsch
160. Comparison of Frontal Cortical Volumes With Physical Fitness in Chronic Schizophrenia Patients Following Aerobic and Resistance Training Programs Sophie Béland · Lisa Buchy · Ashok Malla · Ridha Joober · Norbert Schmitz · Martin Lepage · Martin Lepage
M113. Modafinil Improves Continuous Task Performance in Healthy, Non-Sleep Deprived Humans at Doses Not Inducing Hyperarousal Across Species Katie Hazelgrove · Alessandra Biaggi · Alessandra Biaggi
216. Glutamate Dehydrogenase-Deficient Mice: A Novel Mouse Model of Schizophrenia-Like Phenotypes Veronica B. Perez · Skylar Kelsven · Skylar Kelsven
42. Heterogeneity of Neuropsychological Profiles in the Prodrome to Psychosis: An Examination of the Association Between Cognition and Clinical Outcomes in NAPLS-1 Cinthia Higuchi · Hugo Cogo-Moreira · Bruno Bertolucci Ortiz · Cristiano Noto · Quirino Cordeiro · Rosana Freitas · Rodrigo Affonseca Bressan · Ary Gadelha · Ary Gadelha
CORTICAL THICKNESS IN ANTIPSYCHOTIC-NAIVE FIRST-EPISODE SCHIZOPHRENIA PATIENTS AND ASSOCIATIONS WITH CAUDATE D2/3 BINDING POTENTIALS Matthew W. Roché · Doug Boyle · Doug Boyle
89. Glutamate Imaging (GluCEST) Reveals Lower Brain Glucest Contrast in Patients on the Psychosis Spectrum Scott W. Woods · John R. Saksa · Michael T. Compton · Melita Daley · Rajaprabhakaran Rajarethinam · Karen A. Graham · Nicholas J K Breitborde · John D. Cahill · Vinod H. Srihari · Diana O. Perkins · Carrie E. Bearden · Tyrone D. Cannon · Elaine F. Walker · Thomas H. McGlashan · Thomas H. McGlashan
SA74. Visual Cortex Gamma-Band Power is Reduced in Individuals at Ultra-High Risk for Schizophrenia: An MEG Study Jun Miyata · Akihiko Sasamoto · Yasuo Mori · Masanori Isobe · Yuki Sakai · Takanori Kochiyama · Shin-ichi Urayama · Toshihiko Aso · Toshiya Murai · Hidehiko Takahashi · Hidehiko Takahashi
100. Converging Evidence for Social Functioning Deficits as a Neurodevelopmental Risk Factor in High-Risk Youth Peter D Alexander · Kristina Gicas · Taylor Willi · Clara N Kim · Veronika Boyeva · Ric M. Procyshyn · Geoff Smith · Allen E. Thornton · William J. Panenka · Andrea A. Jones · Fidel Vila-Rodriguez · Olga Leonova · Donna J. Lang · William MacEwan · William G. Honer · Alasdair M. Barr · Alasdair M. Barr
SU109. Trying but not Succeeding: An Ecological Momentary Assessment Evaluation of Emotion Regulation in Schizophrenia Kimberly E. Vanover · Christoph U. Correll · Alex Dmitrienko · Steve Glass · Cedric O’Gorman · Jelena Saillard · Michal Weingart · Sharon Mates · Robert E. Davis · Robert E. Davis
141. Real-Time fMRI Feedback Directed at Superior Temporal Gyrus (STG) Reduces Auditory Hallucinations Diana Paksarian · Betina Trabjerg · Kathleen R. Merikangas · Esben Agerbo · Esben Agerbo
SU43. The Effect of Implementation Intention on Different Types of Prospective Memory Performance in Patients With Schizophrenia Anna Waterreus · Johanna C. Badcock · Patsy Di Prinzio · Mathew T. Martin-Iverson · Vera A. Morgan · Vera A. Morgan
6.4 Structural and Functional Brain Abnormalities Associated With Distinct Dimensions of Subthreshold Psychosis in Youth Svetlana Filatova · Heli Koivumaa-Honkanen · Golam M. Khandaker · Tanja Nordström · Tuula Hurtig · Erika Jääskeläinen · Kristiina Moilanen · Jouko Miettunen · Jouko Miettunen
SU119. Internalized Stigma in Adults With Early-Phase vs Prolonged Psychosis Vindia Gisela Fernandez · Robert F. Asarnow · Robert F. Asarnow
204. Components of Neural Connectivity in Relation to the Symptom Dimensions of Psychotic Psychopathology Jennifer K. Forsyth · Peter Bachman · Robert F. Asarnow · Robert F. Asarnow
103. Adjunctive Aripiprazole Treatment for Psychiatric Symptoms in Premenopausal Women: Results: From the Daamsel Clinical Trial Ya Wang · Lu-lu Liu · Ming-yuan Gan · Shu-ping Tan · David Shum · Raymond C.K. Chan · Raymond C.K. Chan
4.1 Glutamatergic Alterations Across the Schizophrenia Illness Course Daniel H. Wolf · Theodore D. Satterthwaite · Theodore D. Satterthwaite
M98. Cell-Type and Layer Specific Alterations in Boutons Arising From Calbindin-Expressing Interneurons in the Prefrontal Cortex of Subjects With Schizophrenia Gary Remington · Gary Remington
209. Risk of Violence in Attenuated Psychosis Symptoms Syndrome and its Relationship With Symptomology Ruth L. Firmin · Jenifer L. Vohs · Lauren Luther · Philip T. Yanos · Bethany L. Leonhardt · Paul H. Lysaker · Paul H. Lysaker
SA2. Association Between Childhood Trauma and Subclinical Paranoid Beliefs: Do Insecure Attachment Styles Play a Unique Mediating Role? Scott R. Sponheim · Seung Suk Kang · Seung Suk Kang
212. Inducing Hallucinations in Participants From the General Population: The Role of Negative Emotions and Cognitive Resources Ann Marie Kearns · Joseph P. McEvoy · Megan Powell · Rebecca Nichols · Nesley George · Charles M. Richardson · Gopal Vyas · Robert J. McMahon · Ann L. Hackman · Amber Earl · Kelli M. Sullivan · Faith Dickerson · Stephanie Feldman · Robert Buchanan · Elaine Weiner · David A. Gorelick · Supriya Narang · Maju Mathew Koola · Deanna L. Kelly · Deanna L. Kelly
174.1 Neurocognition and Transition to Psychosis: Baseline Functioning in the Second Phase of the North American Prodrome Longitudinal Study Julien Laloyaux · Clara Della Libera · Freya De Keyser · Antoine Pinchard · Frank Laroi · Frank Laroi
35. The Role of Genetic Liability in the Association Between Urbanicity and Schizophrenia Laura M. Rowland · Stephanie A. Korenic · Frank Gaston · Hongji Chen · Joshua Chiappelli · Peter Kochunov · Elliot Hong · Andrea Wijtenburg · Andrea Wijtenburg
24. The Clinical Development of Lumateperone (ITI-007) for the Treatment of Schizophrenia Heline Mirzakhanian · Sandra Sanchez · Jean Addington · Carrie E. Bearden · Tyrone D. Cannon · Barbara A. Cornblatt · Daniel H. Mathalon · Thomas H. McGlashan · Diana O. Perkins · Larry J. Seidman · Ming T. Tsuang · Elaine F. Walker · Scott W. Woods · Kristin S. Cadenhead · Kristin S. Cadenhead
SU48. A Comparison of Psychotic Symptoms in Subjects With Cocaine or Methamphetamine Dependence vs Schizophrenia Spectrum Disorder Tamara Sheinbaum · Thomas R. Kwapil · Neus Barrantes-Vidal · Neus Barrantes-Vidal
SU10. Behavioral Characteristics of a DISC1 Knockout Rat Model Larry J. Seidman · Larry J. Seidman
M107. Prevalence and Risk of Violent Ideation and Behavior in Serious Mental Illnesses: An Analysis of 63 572 Patient Records Margaret A. Niznikiewicz · Kana Okano · Clemens Bauer · Paul G. Nestor · Elisabetta del Re · Satra Gosh · Susan Whitfield-Gabrieli · Susan Whitfield-Gabrieli
M66. Impacts of Modified Electroconvulsive Therapy on Global Functional Connectivity Density in Schizophrenia: A Longitudinal Resting State fMRI Study Katherine Visser · Farnaz Zamani Esfahlani · Hiroki Sayama · Gregory P. Strauss · Gregory P. Strauss
ARE FAMILIAL LIABILITY AND OBSTETRIC COMPLICATIONS INDEPENDENTLY ASSOCIATED WITH RISK OF A PSYCHOTIC ILLNESS, AFTER ADJUSTING FOR OTHER ENVIRONMENTAL STRESSORS? Christina J. Herold · Marc M. Lässer · Ulrich Seidl · Dusan Hirjak · Philipp A. Thomann · Johannes Schröder · Johannes Schröder
SA56. New Approaches to Evaluate Dimensions on the Positive and Negative Syndrome Scale Cynthia Z. Burton · Ivy F. Tso · Stephan F. Taylor · Tara A. Niendam · Steven Adelsheim · Andrea M. Auther · Barbara A. Cornblatt · Cameron S. Carter · Roderick Calkins · Tamara Sale · William R. McFarlane · William R. McFarlane
43. Cognitive Functioning in First-Episode Psychosis:_x000B_ Comparison of a 2-Year Coordinated Specialty Care Program to Community Care Jessica de Nijs · Martijn G.J.C. Koevoets · Martijn G.J.C. Koevoets
112. Effects of Ziprasidone Versus Placebo in Patients at Clinical High Risk for Psychosis Caitlyn Kruiper · Birgitte Fagerlund · M.O. Nielsen · Signe Düring · Maria H. Jensen · Bjørn H. Ebdrup · Birte Glenthøj · Bob Oranje · Bob Oranje
144. Structural and Functional Connectivity and Delusional Cognitive Bias: A Multimodal Magnetic Resonance Imaging Study on Schizophrenia Vera A. Morgan · Patsy Di Prinzio · Giulietta Valuri · Maxine Croft · Sonal Shah · Thomas McNeil · Assen Jablensky · Assen Jablensky
M127. Baseline Psychopathology as Predictors of Functional Outcome in Attenuated and Early First Episode Psychosis James Stone · Sinead King · Luke A. Jelen · Charlotte Horne · David Lythgoe · David Lythgoe
M86. Volumetric Reductions in Global and Regional—Reward Related—Brain Structures in Schizophrenia and Comorbid Metabolic Syndrome Carolina Makowski · Sophie Béland · Penelope Kostopoulos · Ashok Malla · Ridha Joober · Martin Lepage · M. Mallar Chakravarty · M. Mallar Chakravarty
48. Associations Between Electrophysiological Measures of Selective Attention and Neurocognitive Measures of Working Memory and Attention in Antipsychotic-Naive, First-Episode Schizophrenia Patients Liu Binghui · Huang Jia · Yue Xiaodong · Yue Xiaodong
4.3 Functional Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy in Patients With Schizophrenia Michelle van Dam · Annemarie P. M. Stiekema · Atiqul Islam · Marte Swart · Jeroen Redmeyer · Marian Dethmers · André Aleman · Jaap van Weeghel · Dawn I. Velligan · Gerdina Pijnenborg · Richard Bruggeman · Lisette van der Meer · Lisette van der Meer
191. Independent Contributions of Early Adolescent Delusion-Like Experiences and Hallucination-Like Experiences to Poorer Psychological Outcomes and Global Functioning in Mid-Adolescence: Longitudinal Cohort Study Andrea M. Auther · Ricardo E. Carrión · Danielle McLaughlin · Jean Addington · Carrie E. Bearden · Kristin S. Cadenhead · Tyrone D. Cannon · Daniel H. Mathalon · Thomas H. McGlashan · Diana O. Perkins · Larry J. Seidman · Ming T. Tsuang · Elaine F. Walker · Scott W. Woods · Barbara A. Cornblatt · Barbara A. Cornblatt
SU91. Evaluating Accuracy of Basal Ganglia Segmentation Methods: Comparing Automated Approaches to Manual Delineation Tasha M. Nienow · Angus W. MacDonald · Angus W. MacDonald
SU45. Humor Comprehension in Schizotypy Paul T. Lewis · Shaelyn Atwood · Shaelyn Atwood
M55. Neurological Soft Signs (NSS) and Psychopathology in Chronic Schizophrenia Through the Lifespan Kasper Jessen · Bjørn H. Ebdrup · Birgitte Fagerlund · Sanne Wulff · M.O. Nielsen · René C.W. Mandl · Egill Rostrup · Birte Glenthøj · Birte Glenthøj
SU15. Implementation of Cognitive Adaptation Training in a Hospital Setting: Facilitating and Hampering Factors James Gilleen · Fei Xie · Daniela Strelchuk · Daniela Strelchuk
M18. Lack of Generalization From a High-Dose, Well-Powered Randomized Controlled Trial of Working Memory-Focused Training for Schizophrenia Colm Healy · Mary Cannon · Mary Cannon
SA108. Mental Illness, Schizophrenia, and Behavioral Interpretation in Everyday Life: Proof-of-Concept Study Huan Huang · Jijun Wang · Yingying Tang · Mengqing Xia · Yuchao Jiang · Cheng Luo · Cheng Luo
38. Distinct Theory of Mind Deficit Profiles in Schizophrenia and Autism: A Meta-analysis of Published Research Ming Li · Mengjiao Zhang · Mengjiao Zhang
SA85. White Matter Connectivity as a Predictor of Response to Antipsychotic Treatment: A Diffusion Connectometry Study in Unmedicated Patients With Schizophrenia Steven R. López · Diana Gamez · Jodie B. Ullman · William A. Vega · Iris Aguilar · Iris Aguilar
58. Focusing on the Significance of, and the Mechanisms Underlying, Cannabis-Induced Psychosis Marc M. Lässer · Christina J. Herold · Lena A. Schmid · Ulrich Seidl · Johannes Schröder · Johannes Schröder

T17. OXIDATIVE STRESS BIOMARKERS AND NEGATIVE DIMENSION IN THE FIRST TEN YEARS OF SCHIZOPHRENIA: A 1-YEAR FOLLOW-UP STUDY
Schizophrenia Bulletin | 2018
Petra Viher · Ahmed Abdulkadir · Katharina Stegmayer · Peter Savadijev · Marek Kubicki · Nikos Makris · Sarina Karmacharya · Andrea Federspiel · Stephan Bohlhalter · Tim Vanbellingen · René Martin Müri · Roland Wiest · Werner Strik · Sebastian Walther · Sebastian Walther
F23. LOW-GRADE INFLAMMATORY PROFILE IN FIRST-EPISODE PSYCHOSIS: RESULTS FROM THE STREAM STUDY IN BRAZIL
Schizophrenia Bulletin | 2018
Robert E. Davis · Alex Dmitrienko · Steven Glass · Susan Kozauer · Jelena Saillard · Michal Weingart · Andrew Satlin · Sharon Mates · Christoph U. Correll · Kimberly E. Vanover · Kimberly E. Vanover