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        Erratum to: “Persistent Child and Adolescent Anxiety Predicts Development of Psychotic Disorders via Elevated Inflammation,” by Laura Jayne Westacott (Biol Psychiatry 2022; 92:e19–e20); https://doi.org/10.1016/j.biopsych.2022.06.009.
        During the proofing process, one of the qualifications for Professor Jeremy Hall, the mentor for this Early Career Investigator Commentary, was inadvertently placed after the author’s name instead. The academic credentials are now correct for both the author and the mentor.

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        • Persistent Child and Adolescent Anxiety Predicts Development of Psychotic Disorders via Elevated Inflammation
          Biological PsychiatryVol. 92Issue 4
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            Psychotic disorders (PDs) are a common group of conditions that include schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorder, and brief psychotic episodes. These disorders have a varied and complex etiology comprising genetic and environmental risk factors. PDs such as schizophrenia often have a prodromal stage during adolescence, and subsequent diagnosis hinges on symptoms presenting over the course of several years, but the manifestation of these symptoms is likely a consequence of brain changes in the years predating their onset.
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