Internalizing disorders such as anxiety and depression are common psychiatric disorders, frequently begin in youth, and exhibit marked heterogeneity in treatment response and clinical course. Given that symptom-based classification approaches do not align with underlying neurobiology, an alternative approach is to identify neurobiologically-informed subtypes based on brain imaging data.
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