Heterogeneity in BPD studies

Contributed by Lars_Schulze on April 20, 2018

Collection: Neural correlates of affective disturbances. A comparative meta-analysis of negative affect processing in borderline personality disorder, major depression, and posttraumatic stress disorder

Description: Abnormal affect processing in BPD. Brain regions with significant heterogeneity (i.e. between-study variance) in the comparison of patients with BPD and healthy controls. Results are thresholded at at p<.005 & k>20.

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