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Measuring functional outcomes in schizophrenia in an increasingly digital world

Insights Back to resource centre 9 August 2022 Generating and validating Verbal Paired Associates word-pair lists for automated testing These posters were presented at the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference on Tuesday 2nd August and Wednesday 3rd August 2022. See below for a summary and to read the full posters. Poster summariesMemorability of Word-Pairs: Developing a Method for Generation of Calibrated

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Hazardous drinking and cognition in schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorder and bipolar disorder

Insights Back to resource centre 6 April 2022 Hazardous drinking and cognition in schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorder and bipolar disorder We recently caught up with Atiqul Haq Mazumder, a doctoral researcher at the University of Oulu, Finland. Here, he tells us about how he used CANTAB to understand more about whether hazardous drinking could affect cognition in people with schizophrenia, schizoaffective

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Are memory impairments in early and chronic schizophrenia related to the volume of particular hippocampal subfields?

Insights Back to resource centre 17 September 2019 Are memory impairments in early and chronic schizophrenia related to the volume of particular hippocampal subfields? Cassandra Wannan, final year PhD student at the University of Melbourne, shared the role that CANTAB played in her latest publication: Hippocampal subfields and visuospatial associative memory across stages of schizophrenia-spectrum disorder. Can you tell us

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Affective face processing in schizophrenia: disorder-specific or transdiagnostic deficit

Affective face processing in schizophrenia: disorder-specific or transdiagnostic deficit?

Insights Back to resource centre 6 April 2018 Affective face processing in schizophrenia: disorder-specific or transdiagnostic deficit? Our recent review of meta-analyses concluded that facial emotion recognition deficits are common across a range of psychiatric, neurological and developmental disorders. Our Senior Scientist, Dr Jack Cotter, presented the latest findings at Schizophrenia International Research Society (SIRS) conference. BackgroundSocial cognitive dysfunction is

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