Flat affect in schizophrenia: relation to emotion processing and neurocognitive measures.

@article{Gur2006FlatAI,
  title={Flat affect in schizophrenia: relation to emotion processing and neurocognitive measures.},
  author={Raquel E. Gur and Christian G. Kohler and John Daniel Ragland and Steven J. Siegel and Kathleen Lesko and Warren B. Bilker and Ruben C. Gur},
  journal={Schizophrenia bulletin},
  year={2006},
  volume={32 2},
  pages={
          279-87
        }
}
Impaired emotional functioning in schizophrenia is a prominent clinical feature that manifests primarily as flat affect. Studies have examined the perception, experience, and expression of emotions in schizophrenia and reported normal ratings of experience but impaired affect identification. However, the relation between flat affect and performance on facial affect identification and cognitive tasks has not been systematically examined in relation to premorbid adjustment and clinical outcome… CONTINUE READING
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