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Cognitive Functioning after First Episode Psychotic Mania.

Rothanthi Daglas

Acutely manic patients have dysfunctions in several cognitive areas. Recent studies have suggested that cognitive deficits may persist in remission. However, few studies have examined cognition following first episode mania, the diagnostic index episode. It is therefore important to characterise the cognitive profile at this early stage. The aim of this study was to assess the cognitive functioning of patients who have recently stabilised from their first episode of mania with psychotic features, compared to healthy controls. It was hypothesised that first episode psychotic mania patients in remission will demonstrate significantly worse cognitive performance than healthy controls.

12th Biennial Australasian Schizophrenia Conference
13-14 May 2013, Melbourne, Australia.
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Rothanthi Daglas

Ms Rothanthi Daglas The University of Melbourne, Orygen Youth Health

Co-authors: Prof Murat Yucel Ms Lisa Henry Dr Craig Macneil Dr Kelly Allott Dr Sue Cotton Prof Michael Berk
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