The relationships among cognition, motivation, and emotion in schizophrenia: how much and how little we know.

@article{Barch2005TheRA,
  title={The relationships among cognition, motivation, and emotion in schizophrenia: how much and how little we know.},
  author={Deanna M. Barch},
  journal={Schizophrenia bulletin},
  year={2005},
  volume={31 4},
  pages={875-81}
}
This article summarizes a workshop discussion focused on the current state of our understanding of the ways in which cognitive dysfunction in schizophrenia is related to, influenced by, or even leads to disturbances in areas such as emotion, motivation, and stress, as well as areas in need of further research. A major emphasis in the workshop discussion was the critical importance of motivation and its potential influence on cognitive function and learning in schizophrenia. As such, the members… CONTINUE READING

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