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        Erratum to: “The Role of Synaptic Cell Adhesion Molecules and Associated Scaffolding Proteins in Social Affiliative Behaviors,” by Taylor et al. (Biol Psychiatry 2020; 88:442–451); https://doi.org/10.1016/j.biopsych.2020.02.012.
        The authors have identified multiple minor errors in the Supplement. The stated results were inaccurate for reference 11 on page 1, reference 18 on page 2, and reference 114 on page 10. The entry for “Shank2 (148)” was deleted in Table S2, as references 7 and 148 were identical, causing this to be a redundant entry. Also in Table S2, the former entry for “Shank3 (10)” was updated because it cited the incorrect paper; this entry now cites new reference 36. Accordingly, other minor edits and reordering in the reference list became necessary. All of these corrections have now been made in the updated supplemental file that is now available for download with this article.

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        • The Role of Synaptic Cell Adhesion Molecules and Associated Scaffolding Proteins in Social Affiliative Behaviors
          Biological PsychiatryVol. 88Issue 6
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            Social affiliative behaviors—engagement in positive (i.e., nonaggressive) social approach and reciprocal social interactions with a conspecific—comprise a construct within the National Institute of Mental Health Research Domain Criteria Social Processes Domain. These behaviors are disrupted in multiple human neurodevelopmental and neuropsychiatric disorders, such as autism, schizophrenia, social phobia, and others. Human genetic studies have strongly implicated synaptic cell adhesion molecules (sCAMs) in several such disorders that involve marked reductions, or other dysregulations, of social affiliative behaviors.
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