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Forbes

Biomarkers For PTSD And Depression Could Mean Personalized Treatment For Patients

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Medscape

EEG May Guide Optimal Treatment for PTSD, Major Depression

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Stanford Press Release

How brain-wave data can refine psychiatric treatment choices

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NIH Press Release

Neural Signature Identifies People Likely to Respond to Antidepressant Medication

NIH-funded research used machine learning algorithm to predict individual treatment response​

Stanford Press Release

Brain-wave pattern can identify people likely to respond to antidepressant, study finds

NPR Interview on 'All Things Considered'

Will That Antidepressant Work For You? The Answer May Lie In Your Brain Waves​

Scientific American

Is an Antidepressant Right for You? Ask Your Brain Waves

EEGs successfully picked out which depressed individuals got better on the drug Zoloft

 

New Scientist

Brain scans can help predict who'll benefit from an antidepressant

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Time

How Artificial Intelligence Can Help Pick the Best Depression Treatments for You

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Business Insider

Brain scans could be used to identify who will benefit from antidepressants

Psychiatric Times

Homing in on an EEG Signature to Predict Antidepressant Response

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LiveScience

Your brain waves could predict if an antidepressant will work for you

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Consultant360

Amit Etkin on EEG as a Tool in Depression Treatment

Reuters

Cortical Connectivity Differentiates Antidepressant From Placebo Response

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