Objective: The authors sought to identify a brain-based predictor of cocaine abstinence by using connectome-based predictive modeling (CPM), a recently developed machine learning approach. CPM is a predictive tool and a method of identifying networks that underlie specific behaviors (“neural fingerprints”).
Methods: Fifty-three individuals participated in neuroimaging protocols at the start of treatment for cocaine use disorder, and again at the end of 12 weeks of treatment. CPM with leave-one-out cross-validation was conducted to identify pretreatment networks that predicted abstinence (percent cocaine-negative urine samples during treatment). Networks were applied to posttreatment functional MRI data to assess changes over time and ability to predict abstinence during follow-up. The predictive ability of identified networks was then tested in a separate, heterogeneous sample of individuals who underwent scanning before treatment for cocaine use disorder (N=45).
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The participant will illustrate how a recently developed machine learning method may be used to identify brain networks that predict treatment outcomes in cocaine use disorder.
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Begin Date: February 1, 2019
End Date: January 31, 2021
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Title: Connectome-Based Prediction of Cocaine Abstinence
Authors: Sarah W. Yip, Ph.D., M.Sc., Dustin Scheinost, Ph.D., Marc N. Potenza, M.D., Ph.D., Kathleen M. Carroll, Ph.D.
Affiliations: The Department of Psychiatry (S.W.Y., M.N.P., K.M.C.), the Child Study Center (S.W.Y., D.S., M.N.P.), the Department of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging (D.S.), and the Department of Neuroscience (M.N.P.), Yale School of Medicine, New Haven, Conn.; and the Connecticut Mental Health Center, New Haven, Conn. (M.N.P.).
Disclosures: Dr. Potenza has served as consultant or adviser for Ironwood, INSYS, Jazz Pharmaceuticals, Lundbeck, Opiant/Lakelight Therapeutics, RiverMend Health, and Shire and has served as a consultant for legal and gambling entities on issues related to impulse control disorders; he has received unrestricted research support from Mohegan Sun Casino and grant support from the National Center for Responsible Gaming and Pfizer; he has edited journals and journal sections and has given academic lectures in grand rounds, CME events, and other clinical or scientific venues; and he has generated books or book chapters for publishers of mental health texts. Dr. Carroll is a member of CBT4CBT LLC, which makes CBT4CBT available to qualified clinical providers and organizations on a commercial basis; she works with Yale University to manage any potential conflicts of interest. The other authors report no financial relationships with commercial interests.
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