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Recent research has shown cognitive impairment to be a feature of schizophrenia that is independent of delusions and hallucinations and stable throughout the course of the disease in a majority of patients. Cognitive impairment in bipolar disorder is also becoming an increasingly studied phenomenon, with documented demonstration of neuropsychologic impairment in some patients. Learn more as we look beyond mood and psychosis in this month’s collection of resources.1


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