Journal article

Frontal slow wave resting EEG power is higher in individuals at Ultra High Risk for psychosis than in healthy controls but is not associated with negative symptoms or functioning

Miranda Sollychin, Bradley N Jack, Andrea Polari, Ayaka Ando, G Paul Amminger, Connie Markulev, Patrick D McGorry, Barnaby Nelson, Thomas J Whitford, Hok Pan Yuen, Suzie Lavoie

Schizophrenia Research | ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV | Published : 2019

Grants

Awarded by NARSAD


Awarded by Stanley Medical Research Institute


Awarded by NHMRC Australia Program


Awarded by NARSAD Independent Investigator Grant from the Brain & Behavior Research Foundation


Awarded by Career Development Fellowship from the NHMRC


Awarded by ARC


Funding Acknowledgements

This work was supported by an Early Career Research grant from the University of Melbourne (SL) and a NARSAD grant (17537; TW). The Neurapro study was supported by grant 07TGF-1102 from the Stanley Medical Research Institute, grant 566529 from the NHMRC Australia Program and a grant from the Colonial Foundation. BN was supported by NARSAD Independent Investigator Grant from the Brain & Behavior Research Foundation (23199) and TW was supported by Career Development Fellowship from the NHMRC (APP1090507) and Discovery Projects from the ARC (DP140104394; DP170103094).