Open Access from JCPP Advances
Background – To reduce suicide in females with mood disorders, it is critical to understand brain substrates underlying their vulnerability to future suicidal ideation and behaviors (SIBs) in adolescence and young adulthood. In an international collaboration, grey and white matter structure was investigated in adolescent and young adult females with future suicidal behaviors (fSB) and ideation (fSI), and without SIBs (fnonSIB).
Authors; Lejla Colic, Luca M. Villa, Maria R. Dauvermann, Laura S. van Velzen, Anjali Sankar, Danielle A. Goldman, Priyanka Panchal, Jihoon A. Kim, Susan Quatrano
First published: 21 November 2022
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