Verbal Acuity and Schizophrenia
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This paper introduces subjects of brain dys/function in schizophrenia noting changed brain function/damage with strong attention to early onset vs. late onset schizophrenia. The paper provides mainly research psychology offerings but employes psyciatry materials too, that indicate how findings can inspire superior treatment protocols. The paper notes that late onset patients often do show verbal acuity corresponding with previous abilities, and a lesser brain dysfunction. The paper also notes that future medicine may distinguish firmly between early and late onset disorders with drug development now addressing improved cognitive ability.
From the Paper:"Schizophrenia involves cognitive functioning deficits, hallucinations and behavioral abnormalities towards attention given brain structure, education, age and gender in explaining schizophrenia's features with less attention to verbal acuity till recently, usually in cases of late onset schizophrenia. Persons presenting schizophrenia in later life can seem..."
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Verbal Acuity and Schizophrenia (2007, December 01) Retrieved April 21, 2021, from https://www.academon.com/research-paper/verbal-acuity-and-schizophrenia-133927/
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