Mittal Lab Publications

Note: * indicates the first author was a graduate student or postdoctoral student who worked under the mentorship of Vijay Mittal.

A. Peer Review Journal Articles

1) Corcoran, C., Walker, E. F., Huot, R., Mittal, V. A., Tessner, K., Kestler, K. & Malaspina, D. (2003). The stress cascade and schizophrenia: etiology and onset.  Schizophrenia Bulletin, 29(4), 671-692. 

2) Mittal, V. A., Tessner, K., Delawalla Z., McMillan, A., Trottman, H.  & Walker, E. F. (2006). Gesture behavior in unmedicated schizotypal adolescents. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 115(2), 351-358.  

3) Mittal, V. A., Dhruv, S., Tessner, K. D. Walder, D. J., & Walker, E. F. (2007). The relations among putative bio risk markers in schizotypal adolescents: minor physical anomalies, movement abnormalities and salivary cortisol. Biological Psychiatry, 61(10), 1179-1186.

4) Mittal, V. A., Tessner, K. D., & Walker, E. F.  (2007). Elevated social Internet use and schizotypal personality disorder in adolescents. Schizophrenia Research, 94(1-3), 50-57.

5) Mittal, V. A., Tessner, K. D., Trottman, H. D., Dhruv, S., Esterberg, M., Simeonova, D., McMillan, A. L., Murphy, E., Saczawa, M. & Walker, E. F. (2007). Movement abnormalities and the progression of prodromal symptomatology in adolescents at risk for psychotic disorders.  Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 116(2), 260-267.

6) Mittal, V. A., & Walker, E. F. (2007). Movement abnormalities predict conversion to Axis I psychosis among prodromal adolescents. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 116(4), 796-803.

7) Mittal, V. A., Hasenkamp, W., Sanfilipo, M., Wieland, S., Burton, A., Rotrosen, J.  & Duncan, E. (2007).  Relation of neurological soft signs to psychiatric symptoms in schizophrenia.  Schizophrenia Research. 94(1-3), 37-44.  

8) Walker, E. F., & Mittal, V. A. (2007). Movement abnormalities- psychosis: Letter to the Editor.  APA Monitor on Psychology, 38(8).

9) Walker, E. F., & Mittal, V. A., (2007). External and inherent constraints on progress in psychology: reflections on Paul Wachtel’s observations.  Applied & Preventive
Psychology: Current Scientific Perspectives,
12, 44-46.

10) Mittal, V. A., Neumann, C., Saczawa, M., & Walker, E. F. (2008). The longitudinal progression of movement abnormalities and psychotic symptoms in adolescents at high-risk for psychosis. Archives of General Psychiatry, 65(2), 165-170.

11) Mittal, V. A., Saczawa, M., Walder, D. J., Willhite, R., & Walker, E.F. (2008).  Prenatal viral teratogen exposure and conversion among adolescents at high-risk for psychosis. Schizophrenia Research, 99, 375-376.

12) Walder, D. J., Mittal, V. A., Trottman, H. D., McMillan, A. L. & Walker, E. F. (2008).Neurocognition and conversion to psychosis in adolescents at high-risk. Schizophrenia Research, 101, 161-168.

13) Walker, E. F., Mittal, V. A., & Tessner, K. D. (2008). HPA activity and the developmental course of schizophrenia. Annual Review of Clinical Psychology, 4, 5.1-5.28.

14) Mittal. V. A., Willhite, R., & Cannon, T. D. (2008).  Floaters: A potential confound to The assessment of perceptual abnormalities.  Schizophrenia Research, 104(1-3), 305-306.

15) Mittal, V. A., Ellman, L. M. & Cannon, T. D. (2008). Gene-environment interaction and covariation in schizophrenia: The role of obstetric complications. Schizophrenia Bulletin, 34, 1083-1094.

16) Mittal, V. A., Willhite, R. W., Niendam, T., Daley, M. Bearden, C. E., Ellman, L. M., & Cannon, T. D. (2009).  Obstetric complications and risk for conversion to psychosis among Individuals at high clinical risk, Early Intervention in Psychiatry, 3, 226-230.

17) Mittal, V. A. Walker, E. F., Walder, D., Trottman, H., Bearden, C. E., Daley, M. Simone, A. & Cannon, T. D. (2010). Markers of basal ganglia dysfunction and conversion topsychosis: Neurocognitive deficits and dyskinesias in the prodromal period.  Biological Psychiatry, 68, 93-99.

18) Mittal, V. A., Karlsgodt, K. H., Zinberg, J., Cannon, T. D. & Bearden, C. E., (2010).  Identification and Treatment of a Pineal Gland Tumor in an Adolescent with Prodromal Psychotic Symptoms. American Journal of Psychiatry, 167(9), 1033-1037.

19) Mittal, V.A., & Walker E.F. (2010).  Movement Abnormalities and Schizophrenia in DSM .V Psychological Medicine, 40(9)1581-1583.

20) Mittal, V.A., Daley, M., Shiode, M.F., Bearden, C.E., O’Neill, J., & Cannon, T.D. (2010). Striatal volumes and dyskinetic movements in youth at high-risk for psychosis. Schizophrenia Research, 123(1), 68-70.

21) Mittal, V.A., & Walker, E. F. (2011). Minor physical anomalies and hippocampal system vulnerability in youth at high clinical risk: converging evidence from neurocognitive, endocrine, and symptom profiles. Schizophrenia Research. 129, 116-121.

22) Mittal, V.A., Cannon, T.D., Bearden, C.E., (2011).  Reply to De Nadai et al, American Journal of Psychiatry. 168 (5), 550-551.

23) Tessner, K. D., Mittal, V.A., & Walker, E.F. (2011). Longitudinal study of stressful life events and daily stressors among adolescents with schizotypal personality disorder, Schizophrenia Bulletin, 37(2), 432-441.

24) Mittal, V.A., Jalbrzikowski M, Bearden, C.E., Daley M., Roman C., Cannon T.D. (2011). Abnormal movements are associated with poor psychosocial functioning in adolescents at high risk for psychosis. Schizophrenia Research, 130 (1 -3), 164-169.

25) Mittal, V.A. & Walker, V. A. (2011). Dyskinesias, tics, and psychosis in the next Diagnostic and Statistical Manuel of Mental Disorders. Psychiatry Research 189, 158-159.

26) Mittal, V.A., Dean, D., Pelletier, A., Caligiuri, M., (2011). Associations between instrumentally gauged movement abnormalities and attenuated psychotic symptoms in healthy young adults. Schizophrenia Research, 132, 194-196.

27) Pelletier, A. & Mittal, V.A. (2012). An Autism Dimension for Schizophrenia in the Next Diagnostic and Statistical Manual, Schizophrenia Research. 137(1-3) : 269-270.

28) Mittal, V.A., Dean, D., & Pelletier, A. (2012). Dermatoglyphic asymmetries and fronto-striatal dysfunction in young-adults reporting non-clinical psychosis. Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica, 126:290-297. PMC3404232

29) Mittal, V.A., Smolen, A., Dean, D.J. Pelletier, A. Avery, J., Smith, A. (2012) BDNF val66met and spontaneous dyskinesia in non-clinical psychosis. Schizophrenia Research, 140, 65-70. PMC3423560

30) Golembo-Smith, S, Walder, D, Daly, M., Mittal, V.A., Kline, E. Reeves, G., Schiffman, J (2012). The presentation of dermatoglyphic abnormalities in schizophrenia: a meta-analytic review.  Schizophrenia Research 142(1-3)1-11.

31) *Pelletier, A. Dean, D. Lunsford-Avery, J.L., Orr, J., Gupta, T., Mittal, V.A. (2013). Facial emotion recognition deficits are associated with broader social/role dysfunction in non-clinical psychosis. Schizophrenia Research 143, 70-73

32) *Pelletier, A. Mittal, V.A (2013).  Negative symptom measurement in individuals at-risk for psychosis.  Psychiatry Research, 205(1-2):181-182.

33) Mittal, V.A., Orr, J.M. Pelletier, A.L., Dean, D.J., Lunsford-Avery, J. Smith, A. (2013). Hypothalamic-Pituitary-Adrenal Axis Dysfunction in Non-Clinical Psychosis. Psychiatry Research, 206(2-3):315-317. PMC3615096

34) *Smith, A.K., & Mittal., V.A. (2013). Delusions of Body Image in the Prodrome. Schizophrenia Research, 146(1-3):366-367.

35) Mittal, V.A., Dean, D., & Pelletier, A. (2013). Internet addiction, Reality Substitution, and Longitudinal Changes in Psychotic-like Experiences in Young Adults. Early Intervention in Psychiatry. 7(3) 261-9, DOI: 10.1111/j.1751-7893.2012.00390.x

36) Frank, G., Schott, M, Hagman J., Mittal, V.A. (2013). Alterations in brain structures related to taste reward circuitry in ill and recovered anorexia, but also bulimia nervosa. American Journal of Psychiatry, 10(170):1152-1160. doi: 10.1176/appi.ajp.2013.12101294

37) *Dean, D., Caliguiri, M., Tuelings, H., & Mittal, V.A. (2013).  Handwriting Analysis Indicates Spontaneous Dyskinesias in Adolescents at high-risk for schizophrenia.  Journal of Visual Experiments, 81 e50852, doi:10.3791/50852

38) *Dean, D.J. & Mittal, V.A. (2013). Tinnitus: A potential confound when assessing perceptual abnormalities ultra-high risk youth. Schizophrenia Research, 147: 410-411 doi:10.1016/j.schres.2013.04.033.

39) *Lunsford-Avery, J. & Mittal, V.A. (2013).  Sleep dysfunction prior to the onset of schizophrenia: a review and neurodevelopmental diathesis-stress conceptualization. Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice, 20 (3): 291-320 DOI: 10.1111/cpsp.12041.

40) Mittal, V.A., Gupta, T., Orr, J.M. Pelletier, A.L., Dean, D.J., Lunsford-Avery, J. Smith, A., Robustelli, B.R., Leopold, D.R., Millman, Z. (2013). Physical activity level and medial temporal health in youth at ultra high-risk for psychosis. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 122(4), 1101-1110.

41) *Lunsford-Avery, J.R., Orr, J.M., Gupta, T., Pelletier, A.L., Dean, D.J Bernard, J., Smith, A., Bernard, J., Millman, Z., Mittal, V.A. (2013). Sleep Dysfunction and Thalamic Abnormalities in Adolescents at Ultra High-Risk for Psychosis. Schizophrenia Research 151(1-3):148-53. doi: 10.1016/j.schres.2013.09.015.

42) Mittal, V, Orr, J. Turner, J. Pelletier, A., Dean, D., Lunsford-Avery, J. Gupta, T. (2013). Striatal abnormalities and Spontaneous Dyskinetic Movements in Non-Clinical Psychosis. Schizophrenia Research, 151 (1-3) 141-147. doi: 10.1016/j.schres.2013.10.003

43) Frank, G., Schott, M., Haggman, J. Mittal, V (2013). Reply to Keating and Rossell. American Journal of Psychiatry, 170(11), 1367.

44) *Dean, D.J., Bernard, J.A., Orr, J., Pelletier, A.L., Gupta, T., Carol, E., Mittal, V.A. (2014).
Cerebellar morphology and procedural learning impairment in youth at ultra high-risk of psychosis, Clinical Psychological Science, 2(2)152-164.

45) Mittal, V.A., Dean, D.J., Bernard, J.A., Orr, JM., Pelletier, A., Carol, E., Gupta, T., Turner, J., Leopold, D., Robustelli, B., Millman, Z.  (2014) Neurological Signs predict cerebellar-thalamic tract development and negative symptoms in adolescents at high risk for psychosis: a longitudinal perspective. Schizophrenia Bulletin, 40(6) 1204-1215 doi:10.1093/schbul/sbt199

46) *Bernard, J. Dean, D., Kent, J., Pelletier, A.L., Gupta, T Mittal, V.A. (2014). Cerebellar Networks in Individuals at Ultra High-Risk of Psychosis: Impact on Postural Sway and Symptom Severity. Human Brain Mapping. 35(8), 4064-4078. DOI; 10.1002/hbm.22458

47) *Orr, J, Turner, J., Mittal, V (2014). Widespread brain disconnectivity associated with psychotic-like experiences in the general population. Neuroimage:Clinical (4) 343-351. PMC3913833

48) *Pelletier, A.L., Dean, D.J., Lunsford-Avery, Smith, A.K., Orr., J., Gupta, T., Millman, Z.,
Mittal, V.A. (2014). Orbitofrontal cortex volume and intrinsic religiosity in non-clinical psychosis. Psychiatry Research, Neuroimage 22(3), 124-130.
49) *Wu, SS., Mittal, V.A., Pennington B Willcutt, E.G. (2014). Mathematics achievement
scores highlight psychosis risk in school-aged children. Schizophrenia Research, 156, 133-134.

50) *Carol, E., & Mittal, V.A. (2014). Self-Reported Cannabis Use is Inconsistent with the
Results From Drug-Screening in Youth at Ultra High-Risk for Psychosis, Schizophrenia Research, 157(1-3): 317-318 doi: 10.1016/j.schres.2014.05.032.

51) *Millman, Z, Goss, J., Schiffman, J., Mejias, J., Gupta, T., Mittal, V.A. (2014). Mismatch and Lexical Retrieval Gestures are Associated with Visual Information Processing, Verbal Production, and Symptomatology in Youth at High Risk for Psychosis. Schizophrenia Research, 158(1-3): 64-68. doi: 10.1016/j.schres.2014.06.007.

52) *Bernard, J. & Mittal, V.A. (2014). Cerebellar Motor Dysfunction In Schizophrenia and Psychosis Risk: the Importance of Regional Cerebellar Analysis Approaches.  Frontiers in Psychiatry, 5:160, doi: 10.3389/fpsyt.2014.00160

53) *Gupta, T., Mittal, V (2014) Nicotine is associated with elevated processing speed and spatial working memory in youth at ultra high-risk for psychosis.  Psychiatry Research, 15;220(1-2):687-; doi: 10.1016/j.psychres.2014.07.085.

54) Schott, M.E., Cornier, M.A., Mittal, V.A., Pryor, T.L., Orr, J., Brown, M.S., Frank, G.K.W. (2015). Orbitofrontal cortex and brain reward response in obesity. International Journal of Obesity, 39(2):214-221, doi: 10.1038/ijo.2014.121.

55) *Bernard, J.A., Leopold, D., Calhoun, V., Mittal, V.A. (2015) Regional Cerebellar Volume and Cognitive Function From Adolescence to Late Middle Age. Human Brain Mapping, 36:1102-1120, doi: 10.1002/hbm.22690

56) *Dean, D.J. & Mittal, V.A., Spontaneous Parkinsonisms and striatal impairment in neuroleptic free youth at ultra high risk for psychosis (2015), NPJ Schizophrenia, 1, DOI:10.1038/NPJSCHZ.2014.6

57) *Dean D., Bernard, J., Orr, J. Pelletier, A., Carol, E., Gupta, T. Earls, H., Mittal, V.A. (2015) Increased postural sway predicts negative symptom progression in ultra high-risk for psychosis.  Schizophrenia Research, 162(1-3), 86-89.

58) Thompson, L., Kline, E., Ellman, L. Mittal, V.A., Schiffman, J., (2015). Emotional and Behavioral symptomatology reported by help-seeking youth at clinical high-risk for psychosis. Schizophrenia Research, 162, 29-85.

59) *Carol, E., Mittal, V. (2015).  Negative self-concept is associated with elevated resting cortisol and putative familial environment in youth at ultra high-risk for psychosis. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 57, 26-36.

60) *Lunsford-Avery, J.R., LeBourgeois, M.K., Gupta, T., Mittal, V.A. Actigraphic-measured sleep disturbance predicts increased positive symptoms in adolescents at ultra high-risk for psychosis: a longitudinal study. Schizophrenia Research, 26:164(1-3):15-20.

61) *Bernard, J.A. Orr, J., & Mittal, V.A., (in press) Hippocampal-thalamic tract developmet in the psychosis prodrome: A multi-time point probabilistic tractography approach. NPJ Schizophrenia.

62) Thompson, E., Millman, Z., Okuzawa, N., Mittal, V.A., DeVylder, J., Skadberg, T., Reeves, G., &Schiffman, J (2015).  Evidence-Based Early Interventions for Individuals at clinical high risk for psychosis: a review of treatment components.  Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 203(5), 342-351.

63) *Hagerty, S.L., York-Williams, S.L. Mittal, V.A. Hutchison, K (2015) Cannabis Connundrum: thinking outside the THC box. Journal of Clinical Pharmacology, 55(8) 839-841.
64)  *Bernard, J., Mittal, V.A. (press) Updating the research domain criteria: the utility of a motor dimension.  Psychological Medicine.

65) *Carol, E., Mittal, VA (2015). Normative adolescent experiences may confound assessmentof positive symptoms in youth at ultra-high risk for psychosis.  Schizophrenia Research, 166 (1-3)358-359.

66) *Bernard, J., & Mittal, V.A. (in press). Dysfunctional activation of the cerebellum in
schizophrenia: A functional neuroimaging meta-analysis. Clinical Psychological Science, doi: 10.1177/2167702614542463

67) *Schiffman, J, Mittal, V.A., Kline, E., Michelsen, N., Ekstrom, M., Mortensen, E., Mednick, S., Sorenson, H (in press). Childhood dyspraxia predictive of adult-onset schizophrenia spectrum disorder, Development and Psychopathology, doi:10.1017/S0954579414001436

68) Mittal, V.A., Dean, D., Mittal, J., Saks, E. (in press). Ethical, legal, and clinical considerations when disclosing a high-risk syndrome for psychosis. Bioethics

69) *Dean, D., Orr, J.M, Bernard, J., Gupta, T., Pelletier-Baldelli, A., Carol, E., Mittal, V.A. (in press) Hippocampal shape abnormalities predict symptom progression and impaired tolerance to stress in youth at ultrahigh risk for psychosis, Schizophrenia Bulletin

70) Mittal, VA, Gupta, T., Keane, B., Silverstein, S., (in press) Visual context processing
dysfunctions in youth at high risk for psychosis: Resistance to the Ebbinghaus illusion and its symptom and social and role functioning correlates. Journal of Abnormal Psychology

71) *Earls, H., Curran, T., Mittal, V.A. (in press). Social deficits in early perceptual stages in
schizophrenia: A systematic review of the P100 during face processing. Schizophrenia Bulletin

72) *Bernard, J., Millman, Z., Mittal, V.A. (in press) Metaphoric and beat gestures are differentially associated with cortical and regional cerebellar volumes. Human Brain Mapping.

73) *Pelletier, A., Bernard, J., Mittal, V.A. Functional connectivity abnormalities and impaired
social processing in youth at high risk for psychosis (2015). PLOS One, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0134936

74) *Pelletier, A., Ives, L., Mittal, V.A., (2015) Increased Internet Use is associated with poorer ability to manage emotions in youth at high-risk for psychosis, Schizophrenia Research, Cognition, 1;2(4):220-226

75) *Bernard, J.A., Orr, J., Mittal, V.A. (2016) Differential motor and prefrontal cerebello-cortical network development: evidence from multimodal neuroimaging.  Neuroimage, 1:124, 591-601. doi: 10.1016/j.neuroimage.2015.09.022.  PMC4651741

76) *Dean, D.J. Mittal, V.A. (2016). Decreased dextrality during Handwriting in neuroleptic free right-handed youth at ultrahigh risk for psychosis, Schizophrenia Research, 170(10) 137-142. doi: 10.1016/j.schres.2015.10.017. PMC4707112

77) Walther, S., Mittal, VA (in press).  Why we should take a closer look on gestures. Schizophrenia Bulletin, 42(2) 259-261.

78) *Russuk, O., Ives, L., Mittal, V.A. Dean, D., (2016) Fluctuating dermatoglyphic asymmetries in youth at high-risk for psychosis, Schizophrenia research, 170(2-3) 301-303. doi: 10.1016/j.schres.2015.12.013. PMC4740197

79) *Earls, H, Curran, T, & Mittal V.  (in press).  A Meta-Analytic Review of Auditory Event- Related Potential Components as Endophenotypes for Schizophrenia: Perspectives from first-degree relatives. Schizophrenia Bulletin

80) *Carol, E, Mittal, V.A.  (in press).  Sex differences in morning cortisolin youth at ultra high-risk for developing psychosis.  Psychoneuroendocrinology

81) Mittal, V.A., (in press).  Cross-Cutting advancements usher in a new era for motor research  in psychosis. Schizophrenia Bulletin.

82) Gorka, S, Hee, D., Leiberman, L, Mittal, V, Phan, L, Shankman, S. (in press) Reactivity to uncertain threat as a familial vulnerability factor for alcohol use disorder. Psychological Medicine.

83) Rakhsan, P, Sorensen, H, DeVylder, J, Mittal, V, Mortensen, E, Mednick, S, Schiffman, J. (in press). Motor deficits predict schizophrenia in Danish High-risk Study. Schiz Res

84) *Gupta, T., Silverstein, S., Papathomas, T., Keane, B., Mittal, V.A. (in press).  Depth inversion illusion insensitivity and aberrant connectivity in youth at high-risk for psychosis. Neuroimage, Clinical

85) Mittal, V.A., Gupta, T, Vargas, T, Osborn, J, Ristanovic, I, Hooker, C, Shankman S (in press).  Exercise as a treatment for Schizophrenia. Current Treatment Options in Psychiatry.

86) *Osborn, J, Bernard, J, Millman, Z, Gupta, T, Ristanovic, I, Gupta, T, Vargas, T, Mittal, V, (in press) Beat gestures frequency and postural control in youth at ultrahigh risk for psychosis. Schizophrenia Research.

87) *Millman, Z, Weintraub, M.J., Bentley, E, DeVylder, J, Mittal, V, Pitts, S, Thompson, E, Demro, C., Reeves, G, Schiffman, J (in press). Differential relations of locus of control to perceived stress among help-seeking adolescents at low vs high Clinical Risk of Psychosis. Schizophrenia Research

88) *Robustelli, B.  Newberry, R. Whisman, M., Mittal, V.A., (in press). Social relationships and romantic relationships for youth at risk for psychosis: do they benefit?  Psychiatry Research.

89) *Andorko, N.D.,  Mittal, VA, Thompson, E, Denenny, D Epstein, G, Demro, C, Wilcon, C, Sun, S, Klingaman, E, DeVylder, J, Postolache, O.H, Reeves, G.,M, Shiffman, J., (in press). The association between sleep dysfunction and psychosis-like experiences among college students. Psychiatry Research.

90) Mittal, V.A.M., Wakschlag, L.S., (2017). RDoC Grows Up: Strengthening neurodevelopmental investigation within the RDoC Framework. Journal of Affective Disorders. 216, 30-35.

91)*Pelletier, A. Strauss, G., Visser, K., Mittal, VA. Negative symptom assessment in the psychosis prodome: development and validation of the Prodromal Inventory for Negative Symptoms (PINS), (in press) Schizophrenia Research

92) Avery, J, Goncalves, B, Auerbach, R., Mittal, V.A. Circadian Rest/Activity Rhythm Disturbances Associated with Worsened Clinical Prognosis Among Adolescents at Ultra High-risk for Psychosis.  Schizophrenia Research

93) Bernard, JA. Newberry, R., Goen, J, Mittal, V.A.  (in press).  Patients withschizophrenia show aberrant patterns of basal ganglia activations: Evidence from ALE Meta-Analysis.  Neuroimage: Clinical

94) Bernard, J., Orr, J., Mittal, V.A. (in press). Cerebello-thalamo-cortical networks predict positive symptom progression in individual sat ultra-high risk for psychosis: evidence from functional and structural connectivity.  Neuroimage Clinical

95) Lunsford-Avery, J. Dean, D., Mittal, V.A.  (in press).  Self-Reported Sleep Disturbances Associated with Procedural Learning Impairment in Adolescents at Ultra High-risk for Psychosis.  Schizophrenia Research.

96) Vargas, T., Mittal, V.A. Improving reliability and validity of early life stress interviews for psychosis.  Schizophrenia Research

97) *Gupta, T., Hespos, S, Horton, S, Mittal, V.A. Automated analysis of written narratives reveals abnormalities in referential cohesion in youth at ultra high risk for psychosis (in press).  Schizophrenia Research

98) *Carol, E., Spencer, R., Mittal, V.A.  (in press), The relationship between cannabis use and cortisol levels in youth at ultra high-risk for psychosis, Psychoneuroendocrinology.

99) *Dean, DJ, Bryan, A, Gupta, T., Carol, E, Pelletier-Baldelli, A., Newberry, R., Mittal, VA.  A supervised exercise intervention for youth at risk for psychosis: An open-label pilot study, Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, (in press)

100) *Dean D.J., Kramer, K., Samson, A.T., Vijay A. Mittal (in press) Motion energy analysis reveals altered body movement in youth at risk for psychosis.  Schizophrenia Research

101) * Millman, Z, Pitts, S, Thompson, L, Kline, E., Schimunek, C, Weintraub, M., DeVylder, J., Mittal, VA Reeves, G., Schiffman, J. (in press). Perceived social stress and attenuated symptom severity in a sample of help-seeking adolescents with and without clinical high-risk for psychosis.  Schizophrenia Research

102) *Osborne, K.J, Wilroth, E.C., DeVylder, J.E., Mittal, V.A., Hilimire, M.R. (in press)Emotion regulation and distress from subclinical psychotic experiences in the general population. Psychiatry Research.

103) Mittal, V.A., Bernard, J.A., Northoff, G. (in press).  What can different motor circuits tell us about psychosis? An RDoC perspective.  Schizophrenia Bulletin.

104) van Harten, P.  Walther, S., Kent, J, Sponheim, S., Mittal, V.A, The Clinical and Prognostic Value of Motor Abnormalities in Psychosis, and the Importance of Instrumental Assessment (in press).  Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews.

105) *Clark, S., Mittal, V.A., Bernard, J., A., Ahmadi, A., Turner, J., (in press) Stronger default mode network connectivity is associated with poorer clinical insight in adolescents at ultra high-risk for psychosis. Schizophrenia Research

106) Bondy, E., Stewart, J.G., Hajcak, G., Weinberg, A., Tarlow N., Mittal, V.A., Auerbach, R.P. (in press) Stability of neural markers implicated in emotion processing. Psychophysiology

107) Gruber, J. Strauss, G., Dombrecht, L., & Mittal, V. (in press).  Neuroleptic free youth at at Ultrahigh risk for psychosis evidence diminished motion reactivity that is predicted by depression and anxiety. Schizophrenia Research

108) Strauss, G., Raugh, IM, Mittal, V.A., Gibb, B., Coles, M., (press). Bullying victimization and perpetration in a community sample of youth at clinical high-risk for psychosis. Schizophrenia Research

109) Mittal, V.A., (in press).  Systems neuroscience of psychosis (SyNoPsis) provides a promising framework for advancing the field. Neuropsychobiology.

110) *Vargas, T., Dean, D., Osborne, K., Gupta, T., Ristanovic, I, Ozturk, S., Turner, J, van Erp, T., Mittal, V.  (2018) Hippocampal subregions and psychosis spectrum.  Schizophrenia Bulletin, 44(5), 1091-1099.

111) Walther S., Mittal, V.A. (2017) Motor system pathology in psychosis. Current Psychiatry Reports, 19:97.

112) *Gupta, T., DeVylder, J., Schiffman, J., Auerbach, R., Mittal, V. (2018) Speech Illusions and working memory performance in non-clinical psychosis.  Schizophrenia Research, 195. 391-395.

113) *Pelletier-Baldelli, A., Andrews-Hanna, J. R., & Mittal, V. A. (2018). Resting state connectivity dynamics in individuals at risk for psychosis. Journal of Abnormal Psychology127(3), 314.

114) *Cowan, R., McAdams, D., Mittal, V.A. (2019).  Core Beliefs in healthy youth and youth at ultra high-risk for psychosis: dimensionality and links to depression, anxiety, and attenuated psychotic symptoms. Development and Psychopathology 31(1), 379-92

115) *Osborn, K.J. Mittal V. (2018) Every-day coincidences and referential thinking: differentiating normative experiences from symptoms in psychosis. Schizophrenia Research 197, 570.

116) *Gupta, T, Dean, D, Kelley, N, Bernard, J, Ristanovic, I, Mittal, V (2018).  Cerebellar transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) improves procedural learning in non-clinical psychosis: a double-blind crossover study.  Schizophrenia Bulletin, 44(6) 1373-1380. PMID: 29301026

117) *Damme, K. S., Gupta, T., Nusslock, R., Bernard, J. A., Orr, J. M., & Mittal, V. A. (2018). Cortical morphometry in the psychosis risk period: A comprehensive perspective of surface features. Biological Psychiatry: Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging.

118) Glazer, J., Kelley, N., Mittal, V., Nusslock, R. (2018).  Beyond the FRN: Broadening the time-course of EEG and ERP components implicated in reward-processing. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 132 184-202.

119) Bernard, JA. Orr, J, Dean, D, Mittal VA. (2018) The Cerebellum and Learning of Non-Motor Associations in Individuals at Clinical-High Risk for Psychosis, Neuroimage Clinical 19 137-146.

120) *Dean, D., Walther, S., Bernard, J., Mittal, V.A. (2018). Motor clusters reveal differences in risk for psychosis, cognitive functioning, and thalamocortical connectivity: evidence for vulnerability subtypes.  Clinical Psychological Science. 6(5) 721-734.

121) *Carol, E., Mittal, V, (2018).  Ethical considerations associated with providing a psychosis risk diagnosis: proposed model of vulnerability and psychosocial interactions. Journal of Ethics in Mental Health (JEMH), 10, 1-20

122) *Gupta, T., Bernard, J., Mittal, V.A. (2018) Transcranial direct current stimulation, symptomatology, and cognition in psychosis: A qualitative review, Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience, 12(94)

123) Mittal, V. (2018) Ethical considerations in predicting and proving early intervention for serious mental illness, Journal of Ethics in Mental Health (JEMH) 10 1-7.

124) *Newberry, R., Dean, D.J., Sayyah, M.D., Mittal, V.A. (2018). What prevents youth at clinical high risk for psychosis from engaging in physical activity? An examination of the barriers to physical activity. Schizophrenia Research 201, 400-405.

125) *Vargas, T., Schneider, H, Banich, Mittal, V.A. (2018). Altered selection during language processing in individuals at high risk for psychosis. Schizophrenia Research, 202, 303-309.

126) *Azis, M., Struass, G.P., Walker, E.,F., Revelle, W., Zinbarg, R., Mittal. V (in press). Factor analysis of negative symptom items on the structured interview for prodromal syndromes. Schizophrenia Bulletin, doi: 10.1093/schbul/sby177.

127) *Pelletier-Baldelli, A., Bernard, J., Orr, J., Mittal. V.A. (2018). Social reward processing: A biomarker for predicting psychosis risk?. Schizophrenia Research, 10.1016/j.schres.2018.07.042

128) *Sichlinger, L, Cibelli, E., Goldrick, M, Mittal, VA, (2019) Clinical correlates of aberrant conversational turn-taking in youth at clinical high-risk for psychosis. Schizophrenia Research, 204 419-420.

129) *Vargas, T., Osborn, J, Cibelli, E., Mittal, V.A. (2019). Separating Hearing Sensitivity from Auditory Perceptual Abnormalities in Clinical High Risk (CHR) Youth. Schizophrenia Research, 204:437-438.

130) Walther, S., Mittal, V, Bernard, & Shankman, S., (2019). The utility of an RDoC motor domain to understand psychomotor dysfunction in depression.  Psychological Medicine, 49(2) 212-216.

131) *Vargas, T., Lam, P., Aziz, M., Osborn, J., Lieberman, A., Mittal, V. (in press) Childhood trauma and neurocognition in adults with psychotic disorders: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Schizophrenia Bulletin,

132) Lunsford-Avery, J., Collns, S., Mittal VA. (2019), Eveningness diurnal preference associated with better socioemotional cognition and social functioning among healthy adolescents, Chronobiology International, 36(3):439-444. doi: 10.1080/07420528.2018.1538156.

133) Phalen, P., Rakhshan, P., Milman, Thompson, E., DeVylder, J., Mittal, V.A., Carter, E., Reeves, G., Schiffman, J. (2018). Validity of a Two-Item Early Psychosis Screen. Psychiatry Research, 861-868.

134) Chapman, H. C., Visser, K. F., Mittal, V. A., Gibb, B. E., Coles, M. E., Strauss, G. P. (in press). Emotion regulation across the psychosis continuum. Development and Psychopathology. 

135) Mittal, V.A., Walther, S., (2018). As motor system pathophysiology returns to the forefront of psychosis research, clinical implications should hold center stage.  Schizophrenia Bulletin. DOI: 10.1093/schbul/sby176

136) *Vargas, T., Damme, K., Mittal., V.A., (in press).  Bullying victimization in typically developing and clinical high risk adolescents: A multimodal imaging study. Schizophrenia Research.

137) Kent, J., Caligiuri, M, Skorheim, M, Lano, T, Mittal, V, Sponheim, S., (2019) Instrument-based assessment of motor function yields evidence of dyskinesia in individuals with schizophrenia but not first-degree biological relatives. Psychiatry Research, 272 135-140.

138) *Gupta, T., Haase, C., Strauss, G., Cohen, A., Mittal, V.A. (in press) Alterations in facial affect in youth at clinical high-risk for psychosis. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, doi: 10.1037/abn0000413

139) Schiffman, J., Ellman, L., Mittal., VA (2019).  Individual differences and psychosis-risk screening: Practical suggestions to improve the scope and quality of Early identification.  Frontiers in Psychiatry, Schizophrenia: Special issue Identifying individuals at clinical high risk for psychosis in different cultures and countries. 10(6) doi: 10.3389/fpsyt.2019.00006

140) Andorko, N.D., Rakhshan Rouhakhtar, P., Hinkle, C., Mittal, V., McAllister, M., DeVylder, J., & Schiffman, J. (2019). Assessing validity of retrospective recall of physical activity in individuals with psychosis-like experiences. Psychiatry Research,  273, 211-217.

141) *Severan, K., Osborne, J., Mittal, VAM, Implications of religious practices for youth at clinical high-risk for psychosis. Schiz Research

142) *Osborn, J., Vargas, T., Mittal, VA Early childhood social communication deficits in youth at clinical high-risk for psychosis (in press), Development and Psychopathology.

143) *Ristanovic, I, Osborn, J., Vargas, T., Gupta, T, Mittal, VA (2019). Postural Control and Verbal and Visual Working Memory Correlates in Sway in Non-Clinical Psychosis. Neuropsychobiology.  DOI: 10.1159/000498921

144) *Millman, Z., Gold, J., Mittal, V, Schiffman, J. Control groups in clinical high-risk research (in press), Clinical Psychological Sci

145) *Vargas, T., Damme, K., Gupta, T., Cowan, R., Hooker, C., Mittal  (in press). Differentiating implicit and explicit theory of mind associate with neural networks in youth at clinical high-risk for psychosis.  Schizophrenia Research,

146) *Vargas, T., Maloney, J, Gupta, T., Mittal V.A. (in press) Measuring facets of reward sensitivity inhibition and impulse control in individuals with problematic Internet.  Psychiatry Research,

147) *Damme, K.S.F., Gallagher, N., Vargas, T., Osborne, K. J., Gupta, T., & Mittal, V.A. (in press) Motor Sequence Learning and Pattern Recognition in Youth at Clinical High-Risk for Psychosis. Schizophrenia Research. DOI: 10.1016/j.schres.2019.03.023

148) *Damme, K, Pelletier-Baldelli, A, Cowan, R., Orr, J., Mittal, VA. Distinct and opposite profiles of connectivity during self reference task and rest in youth at clinical high-risk for psychosis. Human Brain Mappng.

149) Nunez, M., Mittal, V.,  Zinbarg, R. (in press).  Efficacy and Mechanisms of Non-Invasive Brain Stimulation to Enhance Exposure Therapy: A Review. Clin Psychol Review

150) *Osborne, J., Mittal, V.A., (in press) External Validation and Extension of the NAPLS-2 and SIPS-RC Personalized Risk Calculators in an Independent Clinical High-Risk Sample. Psychiatry Research

151) *Vargas, T., Zou, D., Conley, R., Mittal, VA (in press).   Assessing developmental environmental risk factor exposure in Clinical  High Risk for psychosis individuals: preliminary results using the Individual and Structural Exposure to Stress in Psychosis-risk states scale.  JCM.

152) *Vargas, T., Ahmed, A., Strauss, G.P., Brandes, C.M., Walker, E., Gold, J., Buchanan, R., Mittal, V. (in press) The Latent Structure of Depressive Symptoms Across Clinical High Risk and Chronic Phases of Psychotic Illness. Translational Psychiatry

153) *Damme, K.S.F., Vargas T., Calhoun, V., Turner, J., Mittal, VA.  Global and specific cortical volume asymmetries in individuals with psychosis risk syndrome and schizophrenia: A mixed cross-sectional and longitudinal perspective.  Schizophrenia Bulletin.

154) *Yee, C.I, Strauss, G.P., Allen, D.N., Haase, C.M., Kimhy, D., Mittal, V.A., (in press) Trait emotional experience in individuals with schizophrenia and youth at clinical high-risk for psychosis.  British Journal of Psychiatry- Open.

155) *Damme, K.S.F, Osborne, K.J., Gold, J.M, Mittal, V.A. (in press). Detecting motor slowing in clinical high-risk for psychosis in a computerized finger tapping model.  EACP

B. Chapters:

1) Mittal, V. A., Kalus, O., Bernstein, D. P., & Siever, L. J. (2007).  Schizoid Personality Disorder. Chapter in O’Donohue, W. O., Lilienfeld, S. T. & Fowler, K. A. (Eds.) Handbook of Personality Disorders: Towards the DSM V. Thousand Oaks: Sage Publications, p. 63-81.

2) Walker, E. F., McMillan, A., & Mittal, V. A. (2007).  Neurohormones, Neurodevelopment andthe Prodrome ofPsychosis in Adolescence.  In Walker, E. F. & Romer, D. (Eds.). Adolescent psychopathology and neurodevelopment: integrating brain and preventive science. Oxford University press: USA. p. 264-284.

3) Walker, E. F., McMillan, A., Tessner, K., Mittal, V. A., & Trottman, H. (2007). Adolescent neurodevelopment: A critical period for preventive intervention.  In M. Tsuang, W. Stone,  & M. Lyons (Eds.), Recognition and Prevention of Major Mental and Substance use Disorders.  American Psychological Publishing, Inc: Arlington. p. 187-213.  

4) Walker, E. F., Bollini, A., Hochman, K., Kestler, L. & Mittal, V. A., (2007). Schizophrenia. In J. E. Maddox & B. A. Winstead (Eds.) Psychopathology: Foundations for a Contemporary Understanding (2nd edition). Lawrence Erlbaum Associates: New York.

5) Walker, E. F., Mittal, V. A., & Tessner, K. D., & Trottman, H. (2008). Schizophrenia and the
Psychotic spectrum. In Craighead, EW, Miklowitz, DJ, & Craighead, LW (Eds.), Psychopathology: History, Diagnosis, and empirical foundations. John Wiley & Sons, Inc.: New Jersey, p. 402-434.

6) Cornblatt, B. A., Walker, E. F., Green, M. F., & Mittal, V. A., (2008).  Schizophrenia: Etiology and Neurocognition. In T. Millon, P. H. Blaney, & R. D., Davis (Eds.) Oxford Textbook of Psychopathology (2nd edition). Oxford University Press: New York.

7) Mittal, V. A., & Walker, E. F. (2009). Movement abnormalities: a putative biomarker of risk for Psychosis. In Ritsner, M.S. (Ed.) The Handbook of Neuropsychiatric Biomarkers, Endophenotypes, and Genes. Springer: NY p. 239-258.

8) Karlsgodt, K. Ellman, LE. Sun, F., Mittal, VA., Cannon TD. (2011). Is the neural developmental model of schizophrenia still alive? In Schizophrenia, The Final Frontier: A Festschrift-Tribute for Robin Murray. Edited by David, A., Kapur, S., & McGuffin, P. London: Maudsley Publication by Routledge-Taylor Francis.

9) Kestler, L. Bollini, A., Hochman, K., Mittal, V. A., Walker, E. F.,  (2012). Schizophrenia. In J. E. Maddox & B. A. Winstead (Eds.) Psychopathology: Foundations for a Contemporary Understanding (3rd edition). Routledge: New York

10) Trottman, H., Mittal, V. A., Tessner, K. D., & Walker, E. F., (2013). Schizophrenia and the
Psychotic spectrum. In Craighead, EW, Miklowitz, DJ, & Craighead, LW (Eds.), Psychopathology: History, Diagnosis, and empirical foundations (2nd Edition). John Wiley & Sons, p. 403-445.

11) Mittal, V.A., Pelletier, A.L., Kestler, L. Bollini, Hochman, K., & Walker, E.F. (in press). Schizophrenia.  In J.E. Maddox & B.A. Winstead (Eds.) Psychopathology: Foundations for a contemporary understanding (4th edition) Routledge: New York.

12) Mittal, V.A. Overview, Schizophrenia.  In Wenzel, A., (Ed) Sage Encyclopedia of Abnormal and Clinical Psychology.

13) *Robustelli, B, Mittal, V.A., Thought Insertion. Sage Encyclopedia of Abnormal and Clinical Psychology. Wenzel, A., (Ed).

14) *Dean, J., Mittal, V.A., Akathisia, Sage Encyclopedia of Abnormal and Clinical Psychology. Wenzel, A., (Ed).

15) *Carol, E.D., Mittal, V.A., Schizophrenia Spectrum and Other Psychotic Disorders: Incidence and Prevalence, Sage Encyclopedia of Abnormal and Clinical Psychology. Wenzel, A., (Ed).

16) *Gupta, T., Mittal, V.A., Thought Broadcasting, Sage Encyclopedia of Abnormal and Clinical Psychology. Wenzel, A., (Ed).

17) Ryan, Arthur, Trottman, H., Mittal, V. A., Tessner, K. D., & Walker, E. F., (in press). Schizophrenia and the Psychotic spectrum. In Craighead, EW, Miklowitz, DJ, & Craighead, LW (Eds.), Psychopathology: History, Diagnosis, and empirical foundations (3rd Edition). John Wiley & Sons, p. 403-445.

18) Haut, K. Mittal, V, Shankman, S, Hooker, C, (in press) Cognitive training in schizophrenia.  (Eds Hoffman, Asmundson), The Science of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Elsevier.

19) *Azis, M, Ristanovic I., Pelletier, A.L., Kestler, L. Bollini, Hochman, K., Walker, EF. Mittal VA (2019).  Schizophrenia.  In J.E. Maddox & B.A. Winstead (Eds.) Psychopathology: Foundations for a contemporary understanding (5th edition) Routledge: New York.