Emily Kline

2009-2015 Psychology UMBC, Baltimore, MD, United States 
 2014- Harvard Medical School - Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center 
"Emily Kline"
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Zhang T, Xu L, Li H, et al. (2019) Calculating individualized risk components using a mobile app-based risk calculator for clinical high risk of psychosis: findings from ShangHai At Risk for Psychosis (SHARP) program. Psychological Medicine. 1-8
Zhang T, Tang X, Li H, et al. (2019) Clinical subtypes that predict conversion to psychosis: A canonical correlation analysis study from the ShangHai At Risk for Psychosis program. The Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry. 4867419872248
Kline E, Hendel V, Friedman-Yakoobian M, et al. (2018) A comparison of neurocognition and functioning in first episode psychosis populations: do research samples reflect the real world? Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology
Thompson E, Rakhshan P, Pitts SC, et al. (2018) Family functioning moderates the impact of psychosis-risk symptoms on social and role functioning. Schizophrenia Research
Kline ER, DeTore NR, Keefe K, et al. (2018) Development and validation of the client engagement and service use scale: A pilot study. Schizophrenia Research
Kline ER, Chokran C, Rodenhiser-Hill J, et al. (2018) Psychosis screening practices in schools: A survey of school-based mental health providers. Early Intervention in Psychiatry
Andorko ND, Millman ZB, Klingaman E, et al. (2018) Association between sleep, childhood trauma and psychosis-like experiences. Schizophrenia Research
Demro C, Rowland L, Wijtenburg SA, et al. (2017) Glutamatergic metabolites among adolescents at risk for psychosis. Psychiatry Research. 257: 179-185
Millman ZB, Pitts SC, Thompson E, et al. (2017) Perceived social stress and symptom severity among help-seeking adolescents with versus without clinical high-risk for psychosis. Schizophrenia Research
Kline ER, Seidman LJ, Cornblatt BA, et al. (2017) Depression and clinical high-risk states: Baseline presentation of depressed vs. non-depressed participants in the NAPLS-2 cohort. Schizophrenia Research
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