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  • n old question is challenging novel methods: do diagnoses such as schizophrenia and depression contain subgroups of patients? And might such subgroups be identifiable by neurobiological means, and have differential responses to therapies? If so, then long-awaited biomarkers for psychiatric diagnosis and therapeutics might be found.