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Schizophrenia papers in Psychology, A

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  1. Traditionally, human facial expressions have been studied using either 2D static images or 2D video sequences. The 2D-based analysis is incapable of handing large pose variations. Although 3D modeling techniques have been extensively used for 3D…
  2. In many regions of the brain, including the mammalian cortex, the magnitude and direction of activity-dependent changes in synaptic strength depend on the frequency of presynaptic stimulation (synaptic plasticity), as well as the history of activity…
  3. Cognitive impairment is a prominent feature of schizophrenia. The availability of very brief measures may increase the use of cognitive assessment in routine care settings. We examined the reliability and validity of the brief cognitive assessment…
  4. O objetivo do presente artigo é apresentar a Classificação Internacional de Funcionalida- de, Incapacidade e Saúde (CIF), que faz par- te da “família” de classificações desenvolvi- da pela Organização Mundial da Saúde (OMS). São apresentados o…
  5. A cognição social é o processo que orienta condutas frente a outros indivíduos da mesma espécie. Várias estruturas cerebrais têm um papel chave para controlar as condutas sociais: o córtex pré-frontal ventromedial, a amígdala, o córtex…
  6. We will review converging evidence that language related symptoms of the schizophrenic syndrome such as auditory verbal hallucinations arise at least in part from processing abnormalities in posterior language regions. These language regions are…
  7. It is proposed that obsessions are caused by catastrophic misinterpretations of the significance of one's thoughts (images, impulses). The obsessions persist as long as these misinterpretations continue and diminish when the misinterpretations are…
  8. Background Selective mutism (SM), considered an early-onset variant of social anxiety disorder, shares features of impaired social interaction and communication with autism spectrum disorders (ASDs) suggesting a possible shared pathophysiology. We…
  9. We compared basic and social cognition in individuals with schizophrenia and schizoaffective disorder. 199 individuals with schizophrenia and 73 with schizoaffective disorder were compared on measures of executive function, verbal and nonverbal…
  10. The present study compared four prominent models of delay discounting: a one-parameter exponential decay, a one-parameter hyperbola [Mazur, J.E., 1987. An adjusting procedure for studying delayed reinforcement. In: Commons, M.L., Mazur, J.E., Nevin,…
  11. This study tested the hypothesis that metacognitions are a general vulnerability factor for psychological disorder. It was predicted that patients with psychosis (hallucinations or delusions), and patients with panic disorder would score higher than…
  12. There are two competing views on the mechanisms underlying the generation of visual evoked potentials/fields in EEG/MEG. The classical hypothesis assumes an additive wave on top of background noise. Another hypothesis states that the evoked activity…
  13. Adults with any DSM-IV diagnosed mental illness smoke nearly half of the cigarettes consumed in the U.S. (Lasser et al. 2000). This study compared two smoking cessation interventions for persons with schizophrenia or other serious mental illness…
  14. Compared major factors from 3 models of personality: H. J. Eysenck's Three Factor model, P. T. Costa and R. R. McCrae's (see record 1992-39186-001) version of the Big Five, and M. Zuckerman and D. M. Kuhlman's Alternative Five. The 1st study…
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