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Link Found Between Eye Movement and Work Hours in Schizophrenia

Link Found Between Eye Movement and Work Hours in Schizophrenia

Investigators examined the association between eye movement, which is a neuropsychological measure impaired in schizophrenia, and work hours.

Disease Specific Variables Effecting Quality of Life in First-Episode Psychosis

Disease Specific Variables Effecting Quality of Life in First-Episode Psychosis

Quality of life has emerged as an important factor for research because it may be valuable to measure treatment outcomes.

Pharmacologic Treatment of First-Episode Psychosis: Advances in Research

Pharmacologic Treatment of First-Episode Psychosis: Advances in Research

The NAVIGATE program shows great promise toward optimizing pharmacologic management of psychosis.

The Many Misconceptions of Catatonia: Treatment Is Often Successful With the Right Knowledge

The Many Misconceptions of Catatonia: Treatment Is Often Successful With the Right Knowledge

One of the main reasons for the frequent misdiagnosis of catatonia is the continuing misconception that it is synonymous with schizophrenia.

Predispositions to Violence Influenced by Early Life Conduct Disturbances in Schizophrenia

Predispositions to Violence Influenced by Early Life Conduct Disturbances in Schizophrenia

Investigators examined traits which may predispose to violence in patients with schizophrenia, including psychopathic and impulsive traits along with aggression traits.

High Striatal Cerebral Blood Flow Indicated in Clinical High-Risk Psychosis

High Striatal Cerebral Blood Flow Indicated in Clinical High-Risk Psychosis

Investigators examined the association between striatal cerebral blood flow and executive functioning along with functional connectivity in patients who are at high risk for psychosis.

Hospitalization for Epilepsy Linked to Subsequent Psychosis Hospitalization

Hospitalization for Epilepsy Linked to Subsequent Psychosis Hospitalization

Initial hospitalization for epilepsy is independently associated with a subsequent readmission for psychosis.

Deviations in Brain Age May Predict Adolescent Psychosis

Deviations in Brain Age May Predict Adolescent Psychosis

Signs of neuroanatomic vulnerability may be useful for estimating clinical onset of psychosis in early adolescence.

Aripiprazole Unlikely to Pose Metabolic Risk During Pregnancy

Aripiprazole Unlikely to Pose Metabolic Risk During Pregnancy

Aripiprazole may not pose a risk for metabolic complications in pregnancy.

Identifying Problems of Functioning in Schizophrenia Informs Approaches to Intervention

Identifying Problems of Functioning in Schizophrenia Informs Approaches to Intervention

Identification of common problems of functioning in schizophrenia and the environmental factors that contribute to them offers a comprehensive approach to assessing patients with schizophrenia and helps inform interventions that could facilitate improved functioning.

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