Longitudinal study of symptoms and cognitive function in chronic schizophrenia.

  title={Longitudinal study of symptoms and cognitive function in chronic schizophrenia.},
  author={Catherine Hughes and Veena Kumari and William Soni and Mrigendra Das and Brendon Binneman and Sonia Drozd and Shaun O'Neil and Vallakalil Mathew and Tonmoy Sharma},
  journal={Schizophrenia research},
  volume={59 2-3},
There is conflicting evidence of a relationship between changes in symptoms and cognitive functioning in schizophrenia. This study investigated longitudinal changes in psychopathology and cognitive functioning in chronic schizophrenia utilising three different dimensional models of symptomatology. Sixty-two patients diagnosed with DSM-IV schizophrenia or schizoaffective disorder were examined on two occasions over a period of 6 months for symptom improvement, measured by Positive and Negative… CONTINUE READING

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