Brain Imaging

Machine-learning Helped Identify Newly Diagnosed Schizophrenia Patients and Predicted Treatment Response
Using machine-learning techniques to analyze functional imaging data, a team of Foundation-supported researchers reports that it was able to identify the presence of schizophrenia in 78 percent of a… Read More
Reward-Processing Issues in Depression
Researchers have analyzed 50 previously published imaging and brainwave-pattern studies with the aim of determining what, together, they tell us about how reward processing in the brain differs in… Read More
Evidence Links White Matter Patterns to Cognitive Performance in Bipolar Disorder
Doctors have observed that patients with bipolar disorder may suffer from cognitive dysfunction -- deficits in executive functioning, verbal learning and memory, attention, and processing speed –… Read More
Young woman with OCD
A study published in the American Journal of Psychiatry on May 1, 2018 gives researchers new clues into which parts of the brain may be disrupted in people with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD).… Read More
Certain Patterns of Brain Activity May Protect Against Bipolar Disorder
People who have siblings with bipolar disorder but have not developed the illness themselves have unusually high connectivity within a brain network that is most active during wakeful rest, according… Read More