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MacDonald A. on ONLINE DISCUSSION: The Baby and the Bathwater: Signal and Noise in Psychiatric Neuroimaging, The pile-on tone of this webinar derives entirely from our reliance on pseudo-experimental... 7 Jun 2016. 

MacDonald A. on NEWS: Forty-Year Study Reveals Patterns of Cognitive Decline in Schizophrenia, The Dunedin study is not only a rich and rare resource for testing developmental hypotheses,... 23 Sep 2013. 

MacDonald A. on NEWS: Is Early Cognitive Training Key to Minimizing Schizophrenia Impact?, In their new Neuron article, Lee and colleagues from Andre Fenton’s group at NYU report that... 24 Aug 2012. 

MacDonald A. on PAPER: Collins PY. et al., 2011, The is the kind of paper that comes along only a few times a decade, zooms out to a low earth... 2 Aug 2011. 

MacDonald A. on PAPER: Obermeier M. et al., 2011, The authors point out an interesting conundrum in the use of clinical ratings, using in this... 2 Aug 2011. 

MacDonald A. on PAPER: Kumari V. et al., 2011, Many readers here will find this an interesting paper. It would be good to know that the... 30 Jul 2011. 

MacDonald A. on PAPER: Takayanagi Y. et al., 2011, There are a few things we'll need to be careful about as we observe a Rise of the Machines... 14 Jul 2011. 

MacDonald A. on NEWS: Brain Training Falls Short in Big Online Experiment, Owen and colleagues are to be commended for drawing attention to the great constraint of... 11 May 2010. 

MacDonald A. on WHAT WE KNOW: Schizophrenia is highly heritable (81%), and concordance between identical twins is almost 50%, suggesting a role for environmental or stochastic influences as well. Genetic risk for schizophrenia overlaps with schizoaffective disorder and bipolar disorder. , Response to comment by Fuller Torrey Thanks for your comment. I think this... 10 Oct 2007. 

MacDonald A. on WHAT WE KNOW: Even in first-episode patients, the lateral, and third ventricles are somewhat larger, whereas total brain volume is slightly smaller., A colleague whose judgment I respect e-mailed me this morning and made several comments. He... 10 Sep 2007. 

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