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Residual Symptoms & Specific Functional Impairments In Euthymic Patients With Bipolar Disorder

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The Metabolic Basis Of Cognitive Insight In Psychosis: A Positron Emission Tomography Study

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Self-Perceived Cognitive Deficits & Their Relationship With Internalized Stigma & Quality Of Life In Patients With Schizophrenia

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Modifiable & Non-Modifiable Factors Associated With Functional Impairment During Inter-Episodic Periods Of Bipolar Disorder

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Cognitive Impairment In Manic Bipolar Patients: Important, Understated, Significant Aspects

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Looking Beyond Mood & Psychosis: A Focus On Neurocognition

Historically, cognitive impairment was considered an artifact of patients’ symptoms, attention, or motivation problems, and as such, was an underappreciated …

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Cognitive Impairment In Schizophrenia: Cognitive Remediation & The Potential Role Of Digital Technology

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Cognitive Functions In Bipolar Manic, Depressed & Remission Episodes

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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy For Psychosis Can Improve Brain Function In People With Schizophrenia

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Cognitive Impairment In First-Episode Mania: A Systematic Review Of The Evidence In The Acute & Remission Phases Of The Illness

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Correlates Of Real World Executive Dysfunction In Bipolar I Disorder

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Exploratory Analysis Of Social Cognition & Neurocognition In Individuals At Clinical High Risk For Psychosis

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Social Cognition As A Mediator Between Neurocognition & Functional Outcome In Individuals At Clinical High Risk For Psychosis

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Is Personal Recovery In Schizophrenia Predicted By Low Cognitive Insight?

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