S252. Fronto-Temporo-Occipital Cortical Thickness Measures Predict Poor Sleep Quality in At-Risk Youth

      Poor subjective sleep quality (SQ) is a prominent risk factor for most forms of psychiatric illness, yet objective biomarkers of SQ have remained elusive. Our goal was to identify neural markers of SQ in at-risk youth using a combination of structural and functional neuroimaging assessments.
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