Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Functional Brain Network Predicts Real-Life Social Network in Both Individuals With Schizophrenia and Social Anhedonia

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This shows the outline of three headsPatients with schizophrenia, but not those with social anhedonia, exhibited deficits in real-life social network size. Those with schizophrenia and those with social anhedonia had reversals functional connectivity to one another. People with schizophrenia showed decreased segregation and functional connectivity in brain areas associated with social behaviors, while those with social anhedonia had an increase in connectivity and segregation.