Cognitive function and biological correlates of cognitive performance in schizotypal personality disorder

@article{Trestman1995CognitiveFA,
  title={Cognitive function and biological correlates of cognitive performance in schizotypal personality disorder},
  author={Robert Trestman and Richard S. E. Keefe and Vivian Mitropoulou and Philip D. Harvey and Larry J. Siever},
  journal={Psychiatry Research},
  year={1995},
  volume={59},
  pages={127-136}
}
There is evidence that some schizophrenic patients have deficits on tests of cognitive function, particularly tests of executive function, including the Wisconsin Card Sorting Test (WCST) and the Trail-making Test, Part B. This study was conducted to determine the generalizability of these findings across the schizophrenia spectrum to schizotypal personality disorder (SPD). Forty DSM-III SPD patients, 56 nonschizophrenia-related other personality disorder (OPD) patients, and 32 normal… CONTINUE READING
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