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Price GW, Michie PT, Johnston J, Innes-Brown H, Kent A, Clissa P, Jablensky AV. A multivariate electrophysiological endophenotype, from a unitary cohort, shows greater research utility than any single feature in the Western Australian family study of schizophrenia. Biol Psychiatry . 2006 Jul 1 ; 60(1):1-10. PubMed Abstract

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Comment by:  Robert Freedman
Submitted 9 January 2006 Posted 9 January 2006

Combined endophenotypes have frequently been raised as a...  Read more

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Comment by:  Danielle Dick
Submitted 9 January 2006 Posted 9 January 2006
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Primary News: A Multivariate Electrophysiological Endophenotype—Are Four Waves Better Than One?

Comment by:  Greg PriceAssen Jablensky
Submitted 18 January 2006 Posted 20 January 2006
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Comment by:  Elvira Bramon
Submitted 20 February 2006 Posted 20 February 2006

Price and colleagues propose the use of a combination of...  Read more

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