Larry J. Seidman

Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, United States 
Clinical Psychology
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Herrera SN, Larsen EM, Deluca JS, et al. (2022) The association between mental health stigma and face emotion recognition in individuals at risk for psychosis. Stigma and Health. 8: 31-39
Barbato M, Liu L, Bearden CE, et al. (2022) Migrant status, clinical symptoms and functional outcome in youth at clinical high risk for psychosis: findings from the NAPLS-3 study. Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology
Nestor PG, Levin LK, Stone WS, et al. (2022) Brain structural abnormalities of the associative striatum in adolescents and young adults at genetic high-risk of schizophrenia: Implications for illness endophenotypes. Journal of Psychiatric Research. 155: 355-362
Srihari VH, Ferrara M, Li F, et al. (2022) Reducing the Duration of Untreated Psychosis (DUP) in a US Community: A Quasi-Experimental Trial. Schizophrenia Bulletin Open. 3: sgab057
Santesteban-Echarri O, Sandel D, Liu L, et al. (2022) Family history of psychosis in youth at clinical high risk: A replication study. Psychiatry Research. 311: 114480
van Gool KCA, Collin G, Bauer CCC, et al. (2022) Altered working memory-related brain activity in children at familial high risk for psychosis: A preliminary study. Schizophrenia Research. 240: 186-192
Woodberry KA, Powers KS, Bryant C, et al. (2021) Emotional and stigma-related experiences relative to being told one is at risk for psychosis. Schizophrenia Research. 238: 44-51
Cadenhead KS, Duncan E, Addington J, et al. (2020) Evidence of Slow Neural Processing, Developmental Differences and Sensitivity to Cannabis Effects in a Sample at Clinical High Risk for Psychosis From the NAPLS Consortium Assessed With the Human Startle Paradigm. Frontiers in Psychiatry. 11: 833
Calkins ME, Woods SW, Bearden CE, et al. (2020) Concordance and factor structure of subthreshold positive symptoms in youth at clinical high risk for psychosis. Schizophrenia Research
Del Re EC, Stone WS, Bouix S, et al. (2020) Baseline Cortical Thickness Reductions in Clinical High Risk for Psychosis: Brain Regions Associated with Conversion to Psychosis Versus Non-Conversion as Assessed at One-Year Follow-Up in the Shanghai-At-Risk-for-Psychosis (SHARP) Study. Schizophrenia Bulletin
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