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Computational Psychiatry


Computational Psychiatry publishes original research articles and reviews that involve the application, analysis, or invention of theoretical, computational and statistical approaches to mental function and dysfunction. Topics include brain modeling over multiple scales and levels of analysis, and the use of these models to understand psychiatric dysfunction, its remediation, and the sustenance of healthy cognition through the lifespan. The journal also has a special interest in computational issues pertaining to related areas such as law and education.

Computational Psychiatry is an Open Access journal.

Table of Contents

Vol. 2, 2018


A Bayesian Approach to Modeling Risk of Hospital Admissions Associated With Schizophrenia Accounting for Underdiagnosis of the Disorder in Administrative Records
pp. 1-10
Abstract | PDF (245.65 KB)
Mechanisms Underlying Dopamine-Induced Risky Choice in Parkinson’s Disease With and Without Depression (History)
pp. 11-27
Abstract | PDF (951.5 KB)
Perturbing the Hypothalamic–Pituitary–Adrenal Axis: A Mathematical Model for Interpreting PTSD Assessment Tests
pp. 28-49
Abstract | PDF (834.29 KB)
Computation in Psychotherapy, or How Computational Psychiatry Can Aid Learning-Based Psychological Therapies
pp. 50-73
Abstract | PDF (2.32 MB)
Modules for Automated Validation and Comparison of Models of Neurophysiological and Neurocognitive Biomarkers of Psychiatric Disorders: ASSRUnit—A Case Study
pp. 74-91
Abstract | PDF (2.21 MB)
A Bayesian Account of Psychopathy: A Model of Lacks Remorse and Self-Aggrandizing
pp. 92-140
Abstract | PDF (1.86 MB)
A Low-Level Perceptual Correlate of Behavioral and Clinical Deficits in ADHD
pp. 141-163
Abstract | PDF (760.44 KB)
A Neurorobotics Simulation of Autistic Behavior Induced by Unusual Sensory Precision
pp. 164-182
Abstract | PDF (1.43 MB)
Active Inference and Auditory Hallucinations
pp. 183-204
Abstract | PDF (1.5 MB)
A Dynamical Bifurcation Model of Bipolar Disorder Based on Learned Expectation and Asymmetry in Mood Sensitivity
pp. 205-222
Abstract | PDF (2.38 MB)
Visual Attention Deficits in Schizophrenia Can Arise From Inhibitory Dysfunction in Thalamus or Cortex
pp. 223-257
Abstract | PDF (8.37 MB)