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These Yale researchers are helping develop more effective treatments for severe mental health

Two studies were led, respectively, by Alan Anticevic and John Murray, associate professors of psychiatry at Yale School of Medicine. Image: Michael S. Helfenbein

Bill Hathaway

Public Affairs Officer, Yale University

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The findings can help create more targeted therapies for individual patients. Image: eLife

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