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Prospective longitudinal study of subcortical brain volumes in individuals at high familial risk of mood disorders with or without subsequent onset of depression

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Prospective longitudinal study of subcortical brain volumes in individuals at high familial risk of mood disorders with or without subsequent onset of depression. / Papmeyer, Martina; Sussmann, Jessika E; Stewart, Tiffany; Giles, Stephen; Centola, John G; Zannias, Vasileios; Lawrie, Stephen M; Whalley, Heather C; McIntosh, Andrew M.

In: Psychiatry Research, Vol. 248, 28.02.2016.

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Papmeyer, M, Sussmann, JE, Stewart, T, Giles, S, Centola, JG, Zannias, V, Lawrie, SM, Whalley, HC & McIntosh, AM 2016, 'Prospective longitudinal study of subcortical brain volumes in individuals at high familial risk of mood disorders with or without subsequent onset of depression', Psychiatry Research, vol. 248. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.pscychresns.2015.12.009

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Papmeyer, M., Sussmann, J. E., Stewart, T., Giles, S., Centola, J. G., Zannias, V., ... McIntosh, A. M. (2016). Prospective longitudinal study of subcortical brain volumes in individuals at high familial risk of mood disorders with or without subsequent onset of depression. Psychiatry Research, 248. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.pscychresns.2015.12.009

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Papmeyer M, Sussmann JE, Stewart T, Giles S, Centola JG, Zannias V et al. Prospective longitudinal study of subcortical brain volumes in individuals at high familial risk of mood disorders with or without subsequent onset of depression. Psychiatry Research. 2016 Feb 28;248. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.pscychresns.2015.12.009

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Papmeyer, Martina ; Sussmann, Jessika E ; Stewart, Tiffany ; Giles, Stephen ; Centola, John G ; Zannias, Vasileios ; Lawrie, Stephen M ; Whalley, Heather C ; McIntosh, Andrew M. / Prospective longitudinal study of subcortical brain volumes in individuals at high familial risk of mood disorders with or without subsequent onset of depression. In: Psychiatry Research. 2016 ; Vol. 248.