Is Personal Recovery In Schizophrenia Predicted By Low Cognitive Insight?
Research Summary | November 9, 2014
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Key Messages Personal recovery in schizophrenia has been described as a change in perception characterized by an individual’s ability to live a hopeful and satisfying life within the context of mental illness. While cognitive insight, the ability of the individual to assess and correct distorted beliefs, was hypothesized to be a positive predictor of personal…
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