Linked dimensions of psychopathology and connectivity in functional brain networks
Cedric Huchuan Xia,
Antonia N. Kaczkurkin,
Monica E Calkins,
Philip A. Cook,
Angel Garcia de la Garza,
Tyler M Moore,
David R Roalf,
Daniel H Wolf,
Ruben C Gur,
Raquel E. Gur,
Russell T Shinohara,
Dani S. Bassett,
Theodore D Satterthwaite
Posted 06 Oct 2017
bioRxiv DOI: 10.1101/199406 (published DOI: 10.1038/s41467-018-05317-y)
Posted 06 Oct 2017
Neurobiological abnormalities associated with psychiatric disorders do not map well to existing diagnostic categories. High co-morbidity and overlapping symptom domains suggest dimensional circuit-level abnormalities that cut across clinical diagnoses. Here we sought to identify brain-based dimensions of psychopathology using multivariate sparse canonical correlation analysis (sCCA) in a sample of 663 youths imaged as part of the Philadelphia Neurodevelopmental Cohort. This analysis revealed highly correlated patterns of functional connectivity and psychiatric symptoms. We found that four dimensions of psychopathology -- mood, psychosis, fear, and externalizing behavior -- were highly associated (r=0.68-0.71) with distinct patterns of functional dysconnectivity. Loss of network segregation between the default mode network and executive networks (e.g. fronto-parietal and salience) emerged as a common feature across all dimensions. Connectivity patterns linked to mood and psychosis became more prominent with development, and significant sex differences were present for connectivity patterns related to mood and fear. Critically, findings replicated in an independent dataset (n=336). These results delineate connectivity-guided dimensions of psychopathology that cut across traditional diagnostic categories, which could serve as a foundation for developing network-based biomarkers in psychiatry.
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