Psychosis

Psychosis

The Brain Continues to Develop in Young People With Schizophrenia

A research team has discovered something important—and encouraging—about what happens to the brain in the period immediately following the onset of schizophrenia.

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Computer-Delivered Cognitive Training Significantly Helped Schizophrenia Patients in Rehab Setting

Cognitive difficulties experienced by people with schizophrenia are the symptoms of the illness that tend to have the greatest impact on daily functioning and overall quality of life.

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A Revealing Genetic Comparison of Schizophrenia and Bipolar Disorder

Researchers have taken an important step toward understanding the relationship between two of the most serious psychiatric disorders, schizophrenia and bipolar disord

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Machine-learning Helped Identify Newly Diagnosed Schizophrenia Patients and Predicted Treatment Response

Using machine-learning techniques to analyze functional imaging data, a team of Foundation-supported researchers reports that it was able to identify the presence of schizophrenia in 78 percent of a group of newly diagnosed patient

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Sad woman with disorganized thoughts and psychosis

New data gleaned from learning-task experiments and fMRI imaging of young adults at clinical high risk for psychosis support the theory that problems in a particular brain circuit contribute to the disorganized thinking seen in patients with

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