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Child& AdolescentPsychiatryVolume 52 | Number 6 | June 2013
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557 In This Issue/Abstract Thinking: Gene Effects Cross the Boundaries of Psychiatric DisordersArgyris Stringaris
559 Successfully Launching Adolescents With Eating Disorders to College: The Child and AdolescentPsychiatrist’s PerspectiveJennifer L. Derenne
562 Of Bandwagons and Bathwater: The Value of Resting State Functional Magnetic Resonance Imagingfor Child Psychiatric ResearchTamara Vanderwal, Clare Kelly, F. Xavier Castellanos
566 Sounding a Wake-Up Call: Improving the Lives of Adults With AutismChristopher J. McDougle
569 Gender Identity: On Being Versus WishingPeter T. Daniolos
572 Social Outcomes in Mid- to Later Adulthood Among Individuals Diagnosed With Autism and AverageNonverbal IQ as ChildrenPatricia Howlin, Philippa Moss, Sarah Savage, Michael Rutter
582 Factors Associated With Desistence and Persistence of Childhood Gender Dysphoria: A QuantitativeFollow-Up StudyThomas D. Steensma, Jenifer K. McGuire, Baudewijntje P.C. Kreukels, Anneke J. Beekman, Peggy T. Cohen-Kettenis
591 Early Menarche and Depressive Symptoms From Adolescence to Young Adulthood in a UK CohortCarol Joinson, Jon Heron, Ricardo Araya, Glyn Lewis
599 Identifying Prolonged Grief Reactions in Children: Dimensional and Diagnostic ApproachesNadine M. Melhem, Giovanna Porta, Monica Walker Payne, David A. Brent
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608 Being Bullied During Childhood and the Prospective Pathways to Self-Harm inLate AdolescenceSuzet Tanya Lereya, Catherine Winsper, Jon Heron, Glyn Lewis, David Gunnell, Helen L. Fisher, Dieter Wolke
619 Effects of Exposure to Rocket Attacks on Adolescent Distress and Violence: A 4-YearLongitudinal StudyChristopher C. Henrich, Golan Shahar
628 Striatum-Based Circuitry of Adolescent Depression and AnhedoniaVilma Gabbay, Benjamin A. Ely, Qingyang Li, Saroja D. Bangaru, Aviva M. Panzer, Carmen M. Alonso,
F. Xavier Castellanos, Michael P. Milham
642 Idle Behaviors of the Hippocampus Reflect Endogenous Cortisol Levels in YouthMoriah E. Thomason, Maria A. Tocco, Kelly A. Quednau, Andrea R. Bedway, Justin M. Carr�e
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653 Diversion of Medical Marijuana: When Sharing Is Not a VirtueChristian Thurstone, Margaret Tomcho, Stacy Salomonsen-Sautel, Taylor Profita
655 Sexual HealingSchuyler W. Henderson
655 Disorders of Sex Development: A Guide for Parents and PhysiciansReview by Peter T. Daniolos
657 It Gets Better ProjectReview by Cecil R. Webster, Jr.
660 Irving N. Berlin, M.D. (1917–2013)
662 Journal Continuing Medical Education
663 Author Interviews
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Traditional, task-based functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) focuses onfluctuations in brain signal that occur in response to a specific task. Resting statefMRI (R-fMRI) is increasingly being used to study the slow, spontaneousfluctuations in signal that occur at “rest” or in the absence of a task. In thelatest Translations article (p. 562), Dr. Tamara Vanderwal and colleaguesdescribe how researchers are using and sharing data about this intrinsic,synchronized activity between brain regions to map meaningful functionalnetworks in the brain. Much like efforts in genetics research to map thegenome, the use of R-fMRI to map the neural connectome has large implicationsfor the study of brain development and psychiatric disorders in children.
Cover art by Socorro Rivera, Text by Mary K. Billingsley
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