Self-report and objective measures of cognitive deficit in patients entering substance abuse treatment.

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The relationship between self-reported cognitive deficits and objectively measured cognitive performance was examined in 86 patients entering substance abuse treatment. Self-ratings of cognitive impairment were strongly correlated with indices of depression and vulnerability to stress, but not with objective cognitive performance. Confirming the lack of… (More)

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@article{Horner1999SelfreportAO, title={Self-report and objective measures of cognitive deficit in patients entering substance abuse treatment.}, author={Michael David Horner and Ross Harvey and Claude Denier}, journal={Psychiatry research}, year={1999}, volume={86 2}, pages={155-61} }