Antisaccade performance is abnormal in schizophrenia patients but not in their biological relatives

@article{Brownstein2003AntisaccadePI,
  title={Antisaccade performance is abnormal in schizophrenia patients but not in their biological relatives},
  author={Joanna Brownstein and Olga Krastoshevsky and Courtney McCollum and Sapna Kundamal and Deborah L. Levy},
  journal={Schizophrenia Research},
  year={2003},
  volume={63},
  pages={13-25}
}
Numerous studies have replicated the finding that schizophrenia patients make an increased number of errors on an antisaccade task. Some studies have reported that relatives of schizophrenia patients also make an increased number of antisaccade errors, a finding that has been interpreted to support the usefulness of compromised antisaccade performance as an index of genetic liability for schizophrenia. We examined performance on an antisaccade task in schizophrenia patients, nonpsychiatric… CONTINUE READING
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