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Researcher Profile - Morris Bell

RESEARCHER INFORMATION
First Name:Morris
Last Name:Bell
Title:Professor
Advanced Degrees:PhD, ABPP
Affiliation:Yale University School of Medicine
Department:Psychiatry
Street Address 1:VACHS Psychology Service 116B
Street Address 2:950 Campbell Avenue
City:West Haven
State/Province:CT
Zip/Postal Code:06516
Country/Territory:U.S.A.
Phone:203 932-5711
Fax:203 937-4883
Email Address:morris.bell@yale.edu
Disclosure:
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Member reports no financial or other potential conflicts of interest. [Last Modified: 19 October 2005]
Clinical Interests:
Psychology, Schizophrenia
Research Focus:
Neuropsychology, rehabilitation
Work Sector(s):
Research institute, Medical hospital
If resources were not limited, what research projects would you pursue?
Cognitive remediation in schizophrenia
What is your leading hypothesis?
Neurodevelopmental model. Focus on person/environment interactions to explain social dysfunction. Cognitive impairments are important predictors of social dysfunction. Restorative, compensatory and environmental interventions can improve social functioning.
What piece of missing evidence would help prove it?
Finding that interventions that improve cognition improve important social outcomes



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