Psychiatric Neuroimaging

These are the slides that go along with a talk I gave recently on psychiatric neuroimaging. It will probably be most interesting to medicine people since it requires some understanding of the brain’s function and neuroanatomy but I think it’s at the level where most anyone could get something out of it.

This presentation talks about why neuroimaging is important, diagnosis of mental illness, DSM-V v. DSM-IV TR and applications of neuroimaging to schizotypal personality disorder, schizophrenia, PTSD and bipolar disorder.

Anyway, if this is your thing – enjoy!

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