A comparison of neuropsychological dysfunction in first-episode psychosis patients with unipolar depression, bipolar disorder, and schizophrenia.

@article{Hill2009ACO,
  title={A comparison of neuropsychological dysfunction in first-episode psychosis patients with unipolar depression, bipolar disorder, and schizophrenia.},
  author={S Kristian Hill and James Reilly and Margret S. H. Harris and Cherise Rosen and Robert W Marvin and Ovidio Deleon and John A. Sweeney},
  journal={Schizophrenia research},
  year={2009},
  volume={113 2-3},
  pages={167-75}
}
The severity and profile of cognitive dysfunction in first episode schizophrenia and psychotic affective disorders were compared before and after antipsychotic treatment. Parallel recruitment of consecutively admitted study-eligible first-episode psychotic patients (30 schizophrenia, 22 bipolar with psychosis, and 21 psychotic depression) reduced confounds of acute and chronic disease/medication effects as well as differential treatment and course. Patient groups completed a neuropsychological… CONTINUE READING

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Following 6 weeks of treatment , no patient group improved more than practice effects seen in healthy individuals , and level of performance improvement was similar for affective psychosis and schizophrenia groups .
The severity and profile of cognitive dysfunction in first episode schizophrenia and psychotic affective disorders were compared before and after antipsychotic treatment .
To the extent that these findings are generalizable , neuropsychological deficits in psychotic affective disorders , like schizophrenia , may be trait - like deficits with persistent functional implications .
Following 6 weeks of treatment , no patient group improved more than practice effects seen in healthy individuals , and level of performance improvement was similar for affective psychosis and schizophrenia groups .
The severity and profile of cognitive dysfunction in first episode schizophrenia and psychotic affective disorders were compared before and after antipsychotic treatment .
To the extent that these findings are generalizable , neuropsychological deficits in psychotic affective disorders , like schizophrenia , may be trait - like deficits with persistent functional implications .
A comparison of neuropsychological dysfunction in first - episode psychosis patients with unipolar depression , bipolar disorder , and schizophrenia .
A comparison of neuropsychological dysfunction in first - episode psychosis patients with unipolar depression , bipolar disorder , and schizophrenia .
A comparison of neuropsychological dysfunction in first - episode psychosis patients with unipolar depression , bipolar disorder , and schizophrenia .
A comparison of neuropsychological dysfunction in first - episode psychosis patients with unipolar depression , bipolar disorder , and schizophrenia .
A comparison of neuropsychological dysfunction in first - episode psychosis patients with unipolar depression , bipolar disorder , and schizophrenia .
The severity and profile of cognitive dysfunction in first episode schizophrenia and psychotic affective disorders were compared before and after antipsychotic treatment .
Although less severe in psychotic affective disorders , similar profiles of generalized neuropsychological deficits were observed across patient groups .
The severity and profile of cognitive dysfunction in first episode schizophrenia and psychotic affective disorders were compared before and after antipsychotic treatment .
Although less severe in psychotic affective disorders , similar profiles of generalized neuropsychological deficits were observed across patient groups .
The two psychotic affective groups were also impaired overall , generally performing intermediate between the schizophrenia and healthy comparison groups .
Parallel recruitment of consecutively admitted study - eligible first - episode psychotic patients ( 30 schizophrenia , 22 bipolar with psychosis , and 21 psychotic depression ) reduced confounds of acute and chronic disease / medication effects as well as differential treatment and course .
Following 6 weeks of treatment , no patient group improved more than practice effects seen in healthy individuals , and level of performance improvement was similar for affective psychosis and schizophrenia groups .
A comparison of neuropsychological dysfunction in first - episode psychosis patients with unipolar depression , bipolar disorder , and schizophrenia .
Parallel recruitment of consecutively admitted study - eligible first - episode psychotic patients ( 30 schizophrenia , 22 bipolar with psychosis , and 21 psychotic depression ) reduced confounds of acute and chronic disease / medication effects as well as differential treatment and course .
The two psychotic affective groups were also impaired overall , generally performing intermediate between the schizophrenia and healthy comparison groups .
Parallel recruitment of consecutively admitted study - eligible first - episode psychotic patients ( 30 schizophrenia , 22 bipolar with psychosis , and 21 psychotic depression ) reduced confounds of acute and chronic disease / medication effects as well as differential treatment and course .
Following 6 weeks of treatment , no patient group improved more than practice effects seen in healthy individuals , and level of performance improvement was similar for affective psychosis and schizophrenia groups .
A comparison of neuropsychological dysfunction in first - episode psychosis patients with unipolar depression , bipolar disorder , and schizophrenia .
Parallel recruitment of consecutively admitted study - eligible first - episode psychotic patients ( 30 schizophrenia , 22 bipolar with psychosis , and 21 psychotic depression ) reduced confounds of acute and chronic disease / medication effects as well as differential treatment and course .
The two psychotic affective groups were also impaired overall , generally performing intermediate between the schizophrenia and healthy comparison groups .
Parallel recruitment of consecutively admitted study - eligible first - episode psychotic patients ( 30 schizophrenia , 22 bipolar with psychosis , and 21 psychotic depression ) reduced confounds of acute and chronic disease / medication effects as well as differential treatment and course .
Following 6 weeks of treatment , no patient group improved more than practice effects seen in healthy individuals , and level of performance improvement was similar for affective psychosis and schizophrenia groups .
A comparison of neuropsychological dysfunction in first - episode psychosis patients with unipolar depression , bipolar disorder , and schizophrenia .
Parallel recruitment of consecutively admitted study - eligible first - episode psychotic patients ( 30 schizophrenia , 22 bipolar with psychosis , and 21 psychotic depression ) reduced confounds of acute and chronic disease / medication effects as well as differential treatment and course .
The two psychotic affective groups were also impaired overall , generally performing intermediate between the schizophrenia and healthy comparison groups .
Parallel recruitment of consecutively admitted study - eligible first - episode psychotic patients ( 30 schizophrenia , 22 bipolar with psychosis , and 21 psychotic depression ) reduced confounds of acute and chronic disease / medication effects as well as differential treatment and course .
Parallel recruitment of consecutively admitted study - eligible first - episode psychotic patients ( 30 schizophrenia , 22 bipolar with psychosis , and 21 psychotic depression ) reduced confounds of acute and chronic disease / medication effects as well as differential treatment and course .
A comparison of neuropsychological dysfunction in first - episode psychosis patients with unipolar depression , bipolar disorder , and schizophrenia .
Following 6 weeks of treatment , no patient group improved more than practice effects seen in healthy individuals , and level of performance improvement was similar for affective psychosis and schizophrenia groups .
The two psychotic affective groups were also impaired overall , generally performing intermediate between the schizophrenia and healthy comparison groups .
Parallel recruitment of consecutively admitted study - eligible first - episode psychotic patients ( 30 schizophrenia , 22 bipolar with psychosis , and 21 psychotic depression ) reduced confounds of acute and chronic disease / medication effects as well as differential treatment and course .
Parallel recruitment of consecutively admitted study - eligible first - episode psychotic patients ( 30 schizophrenia , 22 bipolar with psychosis , and 21 psychotic depression ) reduced confounds of acute and chronic disease / medication effects as well as differential treatment and course .
A comparison of neuropsychological dysfunction in first - episode psychosis patients with unipolar depression , bipolar disorder , and schizophrenia .
Following 6 weeks of treatment , no patient group improved more than practice effects seen in healthy individuals , and level of performance improvement was similar for affective psychosis and schizophrenia groups .
The two psychotic affective groups were also impaired overall , generally performing intermediate between the schizophrenia and healthy comparison groups .
Parallel recruitment of consecutively admitted study - eligible first - episode psychotic patients ( 30 schizophrenia , 22 bipolar with psychosis , and 21 psychotic depression ) reduced confounds of acute and chronic disease / medication effects as well as differential treatment and course .
Parallel recruitment of consecutively admitted study - eligible first - episode psychotic patients ( 30 schizophrenia , 22 bipolar with psychosis , and 21 psychotic depression ) reduced confounds of acute and chronic disease / medication effects as well as differential treatment and course .
A comparison of neuropsychological dysfunction in first - episode psychosis patients with unipolar depression , bipolar disorder , and schizophrenia .
Following 6 weeks of treatment , no patient group improved more than practice effects seen in healthy individuals , and level of performance improvement was similar for affective psychosis and schizophrenia groups .
Recovery of cognitive function after clinical stabilization was similar in mood disorders and schizophrenia .
The severity and profile of cognitive dysfunction in first episode schizophrenia and psychotic affective disorders were compared before and after antipsychotic treatment .
To the extent that these findings are generalizable , neuropsychological deficits in psychotic affective disorders , like schizophrenia , may be trait - like deficits with persistent functional implications .
To the extent that these findings are generalizable , neuropsychological deficits in psychotic affective disorders , like schizophrenia , may be trait - like deficits with persistent functional implications .
Recovery of cognitive function after clinical stabilization was similar in mood disorders and schizophrenia .
The severity and profile of cognitive dysfunction in first episode schizophrenia and psychotic affective disorders were compared before and after antipsychotic treatment .
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