Early Childhood IQ Trajectories in Individuals Later Developing Schizophrenia and Affective Psychoses in the New England Family Studies.

@article{AgnewBlais2015EarlyCI,
  title={Early Childhood IQ Trajectories in Individuals Later Developing Schizophrenia and Affective Psychoses in the New England Family Studies.},
  author={Jessica C. Agnew-Blais and Stephen L. Buka and Garrett M Fitzmaurice and Jordan W. Smoller and Jill M. Goldstein and Larry J. Seidman},
  journal={Schizophrenia bulletin},
  year={2015},
  volume={41 4},
  pages={817-23}
}
Individuals who develop schizophrenia in adulthood exhibit, on average, deficits in childhood cognition relative to healthy controls. However, it remains unclear when in childhood such deficits emerge and whether they are stable across childhood or change (increase or decrease) across development. Importantly, whether the trajectory of childhood cognition differs among youth who later develop affective psychoses (AP) vs schizophrenia as adults remains unresolved. Subjects in the Collaborative… CONTINUE READING
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