Cognitive functioning throughout adulthood and illness stages in individuals with psychotic disorders and their unaffected siblings

E. Velthorst*, J. Mollon, R.M. Murray, L. de Haan, I.M. Germeys, D.C. Glahn, C. Arango, E. van der Ven, M. Di Forti, M. Bernardo, S. Guloksuz, P. Delespaul, G. Mezquida, S. Amoretti, J. Bobes, P.A. Saiz, M.P. Garcia-Portilla, J.L. Santos, E. Jimenez-Lopez, J. SanjuanE.J. Aguilar, M. Arrojo, A. Carracedo, G. Lopez, J. Gonzalez-Penas, M. Parellada, C. Atbasoglu, M.C. Saka, A. Ucok, K. Alptekin, B. Akdede, T. Binbay, V. Altinyazar, H. Ulas, B. Yalincetin, G. Gumus-AkaY, B.C. Beyaz, H. Soygur, E.S. Cankurtaran, S.U. Kaymak, N.P. Maric, M.M. Mihaljevic, S.A. Petrovic, T. Mirjanic, C.M. Del-Ben, L. Ferraro, C. Gayer-Anderson, P.B. Jones, H.E. Jongsma, J.B. Kirkbride, Claudia Simons, Ruud van Winkel, EU-GEI High Risk Study

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Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)4529-4543
Number of pages15
JournalMolecular Psychiatry
Volume26
Issue number8
Early online date7 Jan 2021
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Aug 2021

Keywords

  • ability
  • childhood
  • decline
  • deficits
  • episode
  • genetic risk
  • impairment
  • reliability
  • schizophrenia-patients
  • validity
  • EPISODE
  • RELIABILITY
  • SCHIZOPHRENIA-PATIENTS
  • CHILDHOOD
  • IMPAIRMENT
  • DECLINE
  • GENETIC RISK
  • ABILITY
  • DEFICITS
  • VALIDITY

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