Cognitive dysfunction in psychiatric disorders: characteristics, causes and the quest for improved therapy

  title={Cognitive dysfunction in psychiatric disorders: characteristics, causes and the quest for improved therapy},
  author={Mark John Millan and Yves Agid and Martin Br{\"u}ne and Edward T. Bullmore and Cameron S. Carter and Nicola S. Clayton and Richard Connor and Sabrina Davis and Bill Deakin and Robert J Derubeis and Bruno Dubois and Mark A. Geyer and Guy M. Goodwin and Philip Gorwood and Th{\'e}r{\`e}se M Jay and Marian Jo{\"e}ls and Isabelle M Mansuy and Andreas Meyer-Lindenberg and Declan Murphy and Edmund T. Rolls and Bernd Saletu and Michael Spedding and John E Sweeney and Miles Whittington and Larry E. Young},
  journal={Nature Reviews Drug Discovery},
Studies of psychiatric disorders have traditionally focused on emotional symptoms such as depression, anxiety and hallucinations. However, poorly controlled cognitive deficits are equally prominent and severely compromise quality of life, including social and professional integration. Consequently, intensive efforts are being made to characterize the cellular and cerebral circuits underpinning cognitive function, define the nature and causes of cognitive impairment in psychiatric disorders and… CONTINUE READING
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