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Wigman, Johanna

Wigman, Hanneke

L’ORÉAL-UNESCO FOR-WOMEN-IN-SCIENCE FELLOW

The next leap: from Veni to Vidi in the field of symptom networks.

Can individual symptom networks be mapped using intensive diary data? Can aspects of these networks be identified that predict course and outcome of early expressions of mental illness? Can symptoms with specific roles be identified in these networks?

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Selected Publications

Wigman JTW, Wardenaar JK, Wanders RBK, Booij SH, Jeronimus BF, van der Krieke L, et al (2017). Qualitative and quantitative variations on the psychosis continuum in a Dutch crowd-sourcing population sample. 42: 55–62.

Wigman JTW, van Os J, Borsboom D, Wardenaar KJ, Epskamp S, Klippel A, et al (2015). Exploring the underlying structure of mental disorders: cross-diagnostic differences and similarities from a network perspective using both a top-down and a bottom-up approach. Psychological Medicine, 45(11), 2375-2387.

Wigman JTW, de Vos S, Wichers MC, van Os J, Bartels-Velthuis AA (2017). A transdiagnostic network approach to psychosis. Schizophrenia Bulletin, 43(1): 122-132.

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