Personality and neuropsychological performance of high-risk children.

@article{Sohlberg1985PersonalityAN,
  title={Personality and neuropsychological performance of high-risk children.},
  author={S C Sohlberg},
  journal={Schizophrenia bulletin},
  year={1985},
  volume={11 1},
  pages={48-60}
}
The present article reports findings on intelligence and personality functioning during the school period and at adolescence in a sample of kibbutz and urban Israeli children at risk for schizophrenia, as measured by a standard psychological test battery. On the first round of testing it was found that the index subjects, when compared with their controls, showed a significantly lower level in arithmetic proficiency, perceptual-motor functioning, and several specific verbal and thought patterns… CONTINUE READING

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