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The challenges of forecasting resilience

  • Luke J. Chang (a1), Marianne Reddan (a1), Yoni K. Ashar (a1), Hedwig Eisenbarth (a1) and Tor D. Wager (a1)...
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Developing prospective models of resilience using the translational and transdiagnostic framework proposed in the target article is a challenging endeavor and will require large-scale data sets with dense intraindividual temporal sampling and innovative analytic methods.

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Behavioral and Brain Sciences
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