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An error in the text been detected in the article “Local Gyrification Index in Probands with Psychotic

        Disorders and Their First-Degree Relatives” by Nanda et al. (2014; 76:447-455). Specifically, on page 453, column 1, the sentence that begins on line 3 currently reads: “Psychotic bipolar disorder patients had only one region of significant difference compared with control subjects.” It should, however, read: “Psychotic bipolar disorder patients had no regions of significant difference compared with control subjects.” This error was an oversight and no other portions of the paper are affected.

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        • Local Gyrification Index in Probands with Psychotic Disorders and Their First-Degree Relatives
          Biological PsychiatryVol. 76Issue 6
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            Psychotic disorders are characterized by aberrant neural connectivity. Alterations in gyrification, the pattern and degree of cortical folding, may be related to the early development of connectivity. Past gyrification studies have relatively small sample sizes, yield mixed results for schizophrenia, and are scant for psychotic bipolar and schizoaffective (SZA) disorders and for relatives of these conditions. Here, we examine gyrification in psychotic disorder patients and their first-degree relatives as a possible endophenotype.
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