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Preserved, Deteriorated, and Premorbidly Impaired Patterns of Intellectual Ability in Schizophrenia
Objective: Although impaired general intellectual ability is a prevalent feature in schizophrenia, patterns suggesting preserved, deteriorated, and premorbidly impaired intellect have also been identified. The main purpose ...
Smoking Status, Cognition, and Neurobiology in Schizophrenia
Cognitive impairments are considered a core feature of schizophrenia. Nicotine has been suggested to have an effect on cognition in individuals with schizophrenia and in the general population. Since smoking status is ...
Predictors of Community Outcome in Schizophrenia: The Factor Structure of Cognition and Functional Capacity
Cognition is considered a key predictor of community outcome in schizophrenia and is the target of an increasingly large number of pharmacological and behavioural interventions. The proliferation of functional capacity ...
Accuracy of the Montreal Cognitive Assessment in Detecting Cognitive Impairment Following Stroke
Vascular cognitive impairment (VCI) post stroke is frequent, but may go undetected, which highlights the need to better screen cognitive functioning post stroke. We sought to examine the diagnostic accuracy of the Montreal ...