Comorbidity in the context of neural network properties

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 33 (2-3):176-177 (2010)
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Abstract

Cramer et al.'s network approach reconceptualizes mental comorbidity on the basis of symptom space originating from psychometric signatures. We argue that the advantages of this approach need to be regarded in the context of the multi-level functional organization of the neural substrate, ranging from neurogenetic to psychometric. Neuroelectric oscillations are proposed as a level-integrating principle

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