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Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Ossama Alshabrawy
Dr Daniel Stow
Emeritus Professor Nicol Ferrier
Dr Rosin McNaney
Dan Jackson
et al.
Deep learning-based automated speech detection as a marker of social functioning in late-life depression2020
Emeritus Professor Nicol Ferrier
Evidence-based guidelines for the pharmacological treatment of schizophrenia: Updated recommendations from the British Association for Psychopharmacology2020
Dr Stuart Watson
Dr Andreas Finkelmeyer
Professor Hamish McAllister-Williams
Emeritus Professor Nicol Ferrier
Dr Rajesh Nair
et al.
Associations between childhood maltreatment and inflammatory markers2019
Emeritus Professor Nicol Ferrier
Professor John Isaacs
Dr John Mansfield
Professor Allan Young
Comparative performances of machine learning methods for classifying Crohn Disease patients using genome-wide genotyping data2019
Dr Derya Cokal
Professor Douglas Turkington
Emeritus Professor Nicol Ferrier
Dr Stuart Watson
Disturbing the rhythm of thought: Speech pausing patterns in schizophrenia, with and without formal thought disorder2019
Beth Little
Dr Peter Gallagher
Maggie Douglas
Helen Spencer
Dr Derya Cokal
et al.
Language in schizophrenia and aphasia: the relationship with non-verbal cognition and thought disorder2019
Dr Felicity Deamer
Dr Quoc Vuong
Emeritus Professor Nicol Ferrier
Dr Andreas Finkelmeyer
Dr Stuart Watson
et al.
Non-literal understanding and psychosis: Metaphor comprehension in individuals with a diagnosis of schizophrenia2019
Dr Peter Gallagher
Dr Lucy Robinson
Dr Stuart Watson
Professor Allan Young
Emeritus Professor Nicol Ferrier
et al.
Prevalence of cognitive impairment in major depression and bipolar disorder2018
Dr Derya Cokal
Dr Gabriel Sevilla
Dr William Jones
Dr Felicity Deamer
Maggie Douglas
et al.
The language profile of formal thought disorder2018
Dr Peter Gallagher
Dr Daniel Stow
Dr Nils Hammerla
Dr Thomas Ploetz
Dr Michael Firbank
et al.
A study of wrist-worn activity measurement as a potential real-world biomarker for late-life depression2017
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