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Concentration of attention and learning processes in patients with schizophrenic psychosis. Part I. Attention disorders



Concentration of attention and learning processes in patients with schizophrenic psychosis. Part I. Attention disorders



Psychiatria Polska 33(5): 667-677



Test of the ability to focus attention on the task at hand revealed attention deficits in each group of patients under study. The decision taking time in simple reaction test was longest in schizophrenic patients, significantly longer then in patients with affective disorder. It was also fund that chronic schizophrenics performed relatively better in the vigilance test then patients hospitalized for the first time.

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