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The transition to psychosis: risk factors and brain changes

  • Stephen J. Wood (a1) (a2), Murat Yücel (a1) (a3), Alison R. Yung (a3), Gregor E. Berger (a3), Dennis Velakoulis (a1) and Christos Pantelis (a1)...
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Address for correspondence: Dr. S. Wood, Melbourne Neuropsychiatry Centre, c/o National Neuroscience Facility, 161 Barry Street, Carlton South, VIC 3053 (Australia) Fax: +61-3-8345.0599 E-mail: stephen.wood@wh.org.au

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