Attention/processing speed prospectively predicts social impairment 18 years later in mood disorders.


Cross-sectional studies suggest that cognitive deficits contribute to psychosocial impairment among individuals with mood disorders. However, studies examining whether cognition prospectively predicts psychosocial outcome are few, have used short follow-up periods, and have not demonstrated incremental validity (i.e., that cognition predicts future… (More)
DOI: 10.1097/NMD.0b013e31829db5ed