Performance tests in a study of phenothiazines in schizophrenia: Caveats and conclusions

  title={Performance tests in a study of phenothiazines in schizophrenia: Caveats and conclusions},
  author={Nina Schooler and Solomon C. Goldberg},
A battery of performance tests was administered to acutely ill schizophrenic patients prior to treatment and repeatedly during a 26-week course of treatment with one of three phenothiazines (acetophenazine, chlorpromazine or fluphenazine). Included were measures of simple reaction-time, cognitive stimulus generalization, sway suggestibility, definition of affectively toned words and subjective uncertainty. Each of these measures were chosen to reflect a specific aspect of schizophrenic deficit… CONTINUE READING


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