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- Threat Neurocircuitry Predicts the Development of Anxiety and Depression Symptoms in a Longitudinal StudyBiological Psychiatry: Cognitive Neuroscience and NeuroimagingVol. 8Issue 1
- PreviewOwing to high heterogeneity and comorbidity, the shared and unique neural mechanisms underlying the development of anxiety and major depressive disorders remain unclear. Using a dimensional model describing shared versus unique symptoms associated with anxiety and depression, this study investigated how longitudinal changes in symptom dimensions relate to threat neurocircuitry.