Thinking About the Future Cognitive Remediation Therapy—What Works and Could We Do Better?

@inproceedings{Wykes2011ThinkingAT,
  title={Thinking About the Future Cognitive Remediation Therapy—What Works and Could We Do Better?},
  author={Til Wykes and William Spaulding},
  booktitle={Schizophrenia bulletin},
  year={2011}
}
This article reviews progress in the development of effective cognitive remediation therapy (CRT) and its translational process. There is now enough evidence that cognitive difficulties experienced by people with schizophrenia can change and that the agenda for the next generation of studies is to increase these effects systematically through cognitive remediation. We examine the necessary steps and challenges of moving CRT to treatment dissemination. Theories which have been designed to… CONTINUE READING
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