Network models of psychopathology and comorbidity: Philosophical and pragmatic considerations

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 33 (2-3):159-160 (2010)

Abstract
Cramer et al.'s account of comorbidity comes with a substantive philosophical view concerning the nature of psychological disorders. Although the network account is responsive to problems with extant approaches, it faces several practical and conceptual challenges of its own, especially in cases where the individual differences in network structures require the analysis of intra-individual time-series data
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