Amphetamine-related improvement in executive function in patients with chronic schizophrenia is modulated by practice effects.

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BACKGROUND Amelioration of cognitive impairment is an important treatment goal for a broad range of neuropsychiatric disorders, including schizophrenia. One critical issue in clinical trial design is the extent to which repeated exposure to cognitive tests (i.e., practice effects) may lead to improvement in performance on the cognitive tests in the absence… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.schres.2010.09.012

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@article{Pietrzak2010AmphetaminerelatedII, title={Amphetamine-related improvement in executive function in patients with chronic schizophrenia is modulated by practice effects.}, author={R. H. Pietrzak and Peter J. Snyder and Paul Maruff}, journal={Schizophrenia research}, year={2010}, volume={124 1-3}, pages={176-82} }