Will connectome-based predictive modeling change how we care for people at risk of late-life suicide? A novel two-step modeling approach used by Gao et al. in their study sheds light on the road ahead.
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Barredo, J., Namaky, N. Neural predictors of late-life suicide risk. Nat. Mental Health 1, 86–87 (2023). https://doi.org/10.1038/s44220-022-00006-8