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Neuroimaging and illness progression

Frey, B. N., Minuzzi, L., Haarman, B. & Sassi, R., 11-Jun-2015, Staging and Neuroprogression in Bipolar Disorder. Kapczinski, F., Vieta, E., Magalhães, P. V. S. & Berk, M. (eds.). Oxford University Press

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APA

Frey, B. N., Minuzzi, L., Haarman, B., & Sassi, R. (2015). Neuroimaging and illness progression. In F. Kapczinski, E. Vieta, P. V. S. Magalhães, & M. Berk (Eds.), Staging and Neuroprogression in Bipolar Disorder Oxford University Press.

Author

Frey, Benicio N. ; Minuzzi, L ; Haarman, Bartholomeus ; Sassi, R. / Neuroimaging and illness progression. Staging and Neuroprogression in Bipolar Disorder. editor / Flávio Kapczinski ; Eduard Vieta ; Pedro V. S. Magalhães ; Michael Berk. Oxford University Press, 2015.

Harvard

Frey, BN, Minuzzi, L, Haarman, B & Sassi, R 2015, Neuroimaging and illness progression. in F Kapczinski, E Vieta, PVS Magalhães & M Berk (eds), Staging and Neuroprogression in Bipolar Disorder. Oxford University Press.

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Neuroimaging and illness progression. / Frey, Benicio N.; Minuzzi, L; Haarman, Bartholomeus; Sassi, R.

Staging and Neuroprogression in Bipolar Disorder. ed. / Flávio Kapczinski; Eduard Vieta; Pedro V. S. Magalhães; Michael Berk. Oxford University Press, 2015.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapterAcademic

Vancouver

Frey BN, Minuzzi L, Haarman B, Sassi R. Neuroimaging and illness progression. In Kapczinski F, Vieta E, Magalhães PVS, Berk M, editors, Staging and Neuroprogression in Bipolar Disorder. Oxford University Press. 2015


BibTeX

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