Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Study Links Brain Thinning to Psychosis

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This shows a brainAdolescents with a higher risk for developing psychosis have subtle differences in brain structure, including lower cortical thickness than their peers without risk factors. In those who developed psychosis, the cortical thinning was most pronounced in several areas of the temporal and frontal regions of the brain.