Oct 1, 2019
Executive Editor Michael Roy speaks with Abraham Reichenberg,
Ph.D., about his research on cognitive decline after the first
episode of schizophrenia and other psychoses.
- Why previous research has not been able to map the course of
cognitive change among people who have serious mental illness
- Whether a decline in patients’ cognition occurs after a first
- Whether a decline occurs in multiple cognitive domains
- Whether a decline in cognition is unique to schizophrenia, or
if it is common to other types of psychosis [5:31]
- Aspects of the study that are relevant for researchers,
clinicians, and other mental health professionals [6:15]
- Implications of the findings [7:01]
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