Emotional processing in schizophrenia.

@article{Kohler2006EmotionalPI,
  title={Emotional processing in schizophrenia.},
  author={Christian G. Kohler and Elizabeth A. Martin},
  journal={Cognitive neuropsychiatry},
  year={2006},
  volume={11 3},
  pages={250-71}
}
INTRODUCTION Persons with schizophrenia have impaired emotional processing, involving experience, expression, and recognition of emotions. METHODS This article reviews the historical descriptions and more recent work on emotion processing in schizophrenia. RESULTS Although abilities of emotional processing relate directly to interpersonal communication and psychosocial functioning, methodological issues exist in the current body of studies and resultant knowledge, which limit translation to… CONTINUE READING

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Further improvement in emotion processing in persons with stable schizophrenia are unlikely to result from conventional pharmacotherapy of psychosis .
Further improvement in emotion processing in persons with stable schizophrenia are unlikely to result from conventional pharmacotherapy of psychosis .
Further improvement in emotion processing in persons with stable schizophrenia are unlikely to result from conventional pharmacotherapy of psychosis .
Further improvement in emotion processing in persons with stable schizophrenia are unlikely to result from conventional pharmacotherapy of psychosis .
Further improvement in emotion processing in persons with stable schizophrenia are unlikely to result from conventional pharmacotherapy of psychosis .
Further improvement in emotion processing in persons with stable schizophrenia are unlikely to result from conventional pharmacotherapy of psychosis .
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