S194. Does Cognitive Control of Emotion Drive Sex Differences in the Clinical Presentation of Schizophrenia?

      In females with schizophrenia (SZ) psychotic symptom severity relates to mood symptom severity, indicating a link between psychosis and emotion processing not observed in SZ males. Sex differences in cognitive control of emotion (CCoE), mediated by the frontal-limbic network, may drive this but have not been examined. This study investigates sex differences in the frontal-limbic network during CCoE and its relationship to SZ symptoms.
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