34. Predicting Functional Disability in Young Adults at Risk for Psychosis and Relapsing Depression Using Multi-Site, Multi-Modal Machine Learning: Results From the European PRONIA Project

      Clinical high-risk (CHR) states for psychosis and relapsing depression confer high odds for enduring functional disability but considerable heterogeneity characterizes this crucial outcome dimension. So far, early intervention strategies lack prognostic models that could reliably deconvolve this heterogeneity at the single-subject level.
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