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Exploratory Analysis Of Social Cognition & Neurocognition In Individuals At Clinical High Risk For Psychosis

Research Summary | April 1, 2015

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Key Messages Few studies have examined the associations between social cognition and neurocognition in individuals at clinical high risk (CHR) for psychosis. Impaired performance on social cognition tasks was correlated with poor neurocognition. For example, poor theory of mind correlated with deficits in attention, executive functioning, processing speed, verbal fluency, and memory tasks (r =…

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