Neurocognition, insight into illness and subjective quality-of-life in schizophrenia: what is their relationship?

@article{Kurtz2011NeurocognitionII,
  title={Neurocognition, insight into illness and subjective quality-of-life in schizophrenia: what is their relationship?},
  author={Matthew Kurtz and Arielle W Tolman},
  journal={Schizophrenia research},
  year={2011},
  volume={127 1-3},
  pages={157-62}
}
Subjective quality-of-life (SQOL) has been recognized as a crucial domain of outcome in schizophrenia treatment, and yet its determinants are not well understood. In a recent meta-analytic investigation of 10 studies of neurocognition and SQOL in schizophrenia (Tolman and Kurtz, Scz Bull, 2010) measures of crystallized verbal ability and processing speed were moderately negatively correlated with SQOL. One potential explanation for inverse relationships between measures of elementary… CONTINUE READING

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