Good news!

Our new study recently conducted has been accepted to the Psychological Medicine (IF=5.7).

This study aimed to develop and internally validate a model for predicting the incidence of psychosis in CHR individuals to provide useful assistance in clinical practice. We developed a model that includes social functioning, social cognition, functional decline, verbal memory, and IQ; this model demonstrated fair predictive ability. Using this model, we divided the high-risk groups into three clusters, all of which showed significant differences in the incidence of psychosis. To the best of our knowledge, this is the first study using modern machine learning techniques to model a wide range of variables covering demographic, clinical, and cognitive functions in long-term cohorts spanning more than ten years.

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We are always looking for research coordinates or volunteers interested in our work to join the lab. To join, please send a CV, and a one page letter of interest (English or Korean) to Tae Young Lee ( If you have any questions, feel free to contact us.