Anomalous lateral sulcus asymmetry and cognitive function in first-episode schizophrenia.

Abstract

This study examines the cognitive functioning of first-episode schizophreniform patients within several weeks of hospitalization and at 2 years into the illness. Differences between patients and controls are also reported for measurements of the length of the lateral sulcus, which borders the planum temporal, an area of the brain integral to language… (More)

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