Metacognition, social cognition, and symptoms in patients with first episode and prolonged psychoses.

@article{Vohs2014MetacognitionSC,
  title={Metacognition, social cognition, and symptoms in patients with first episode and prolonged psychoses.},
  author={Jenifer L. Vohs and Paul H Lysaker and Michael M Francis and Jay A. Hamm and Kelly D. Buck and Kyle L Olesek and Jared Outcalt and Giancarlo Dimaggio and Bethany L. Leonhardt and Emily Liffick and Nicole F. Mehdiyoun and Alan Breier},
  journal={Schizophrenia research},
  year={2014},
  volume={153 1-3},
  pages={54-9}
}
While it has been documented that persons with prolonged schizophrenia have deficits in metacognition and social cognition, it is less clear whether these difficulties are already present during a first episode. To explore this issue we assessed and compared metacognition using the Metacognition Assessment Scale-Abbreviated (MAS-A) and social cognition using the Eyes, Hinting and Bell-Lysaker Emotional Recognition Tests (BLERT) in participants with first episode psychosis (FEP; n=26… CONTINUE READING
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