A naturalistic, randomized, controlled trial combining cognitive remediation with cognitive-behavioural therapy after first-episode non-affective psychosis.

@article{Drake2014ANR,
  title={A naturalistic, randomized, controlled trial combining cognitive remediation with cognitive-behavioural therapy after first-episode non-affective psychosis.},
  author={Richard Drake and Clara J. Day and R Picucci and John B Warburton and Warren Larkin and Nusrat Husain and Clare Reeder and Til Wykes and Max Marshall},
  journal={Psychological medicine},
  year={2014},
  volume={44 9},
  pages={1889-99}
}
BACKGROUND Cognitive remediation (CR) preceding cognitive-behavioural therapy for psychosis (CBTp) was trialled within routine clinical services, with the hypothesis that following first-episode non-affective psychosis CR would enhance CBTp efficacy by improving neuropsychological performance. METHOD A total of 61 patients with DSM-IV non-affective psychoses waiting for routine CBTp were randomized to computerized CR over 12 weeks, supported by a trained support worker, or time-matched social… CONTINUE READING
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