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Cognitive performance in psychosis has roots in childhood By Eleanor McDermid.

Related StoriesPeople with psychosis and addiction disorder may react better to disorder-specific treatmentPsychosis, hepatitis C an infection are greatest risk elements for mortality in marginalized Vancouver residentsBrain & Behavior Analysis Foundation to honor nine researchers with Outstanding Accomplishment PrizesThe patients acquired a median duration of untreated psychosis of 16 weeks and a median duration of untreated disease of 187 weeks. But neither of the measures was associated with verbal or global cognitive functionality. Instead, scores on the Premorbid Adjustment Scale , specifically the education component, correlated with global and verbal cognition. Late adolescent scores were not considered due to potential overlap with prodromal symptoms. Continue reading