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Failure to find association between childhood abuse and cognition in first-episode psychosis patients



Failure to find association between childhood abuse and cognition in first-episode psychosis patients



European Psychiatry 29(1): 32-35



This study investigated the relationship between severe childhood abuse and cognitive functions in first-episode psychosis patients and geographically-matched controls. Reports of any abuse were associated with lower scores in the executive function domain in the control group. However, in contrast with our hypothesis, no relationships were found amongst cases.

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Accession: 036929416

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PMID: 23764407

DOI: 10.1016/j.eurpsy.2013.02.006


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