Schizophrenia Research Forum - A Catalyst for Creative Thinking
Home Profile Membership/Get Newsletter Log In Contact Us
 For Patients & Families
What's New
Recent Updates
SRF Papers
Current Papers
Search All Papers
Search Comments
Research News
Conference News
Plain English
Current Hypotheses
Idea Lab
Online Discussions
Virtual Conferences
What We Know
Animal Models
Drugs in Trials
Research Tools
Community Calendar
General Information
Member Directory
Researcher Profiles
Institutes and Labs
About the Site
SRF Team
Advisory Board
Support Us
How to Cite
Fan (E)Mail
The Schizophrenia Research Forum web site is sponsored by the Brain and Behavior Research Foundation and was created with funding from the U.S. National Institute of Mental Health.
Search or browse comments posted on research articles or SRF news stories. And share your thoughts and ideas by posting your own comments.
Search Comments
Words in  Comment:   AND
Comments By:    Select Commentator  AND
Posted Date:  From
  To       AND
Sort By: 
1 to 5 of 5 results
Barnett J. on NEWS: Dissecting Cognition at the Synapse, Cognitive function is highly heritable (Devlin et... 13 Dec 2012. 

Barnett J. on PAPER: Papassotiropoulos A. et al., 2009, The specific genetic basis of cognition remains largely unknown, despite strong heritability... 2 Feb 2010. 

Barnett J. on PAPER: Need AC. et al., 2009, Cognitive function has been repeatedly mooted as a potential endophenotype for schizophrenia:... 19 Oct 2009. 

Barnett J. on NEWS: MTHFR, COMT Genes Work Together to Bring Down Cortical Activation in Schizophrenia, The recent studies of Prata and colleagues and Roffman and colleagues shed considerable... 19 Dec 2008. 

Barnett J. on WHAT WE KNOW: Even in first-episode patients, the lateral, and third ventricles are somewhat larger, whereas total brain volume is slightly smaller., Perhaps the most consistent "thing we know" about cognition in schizophrenia is that a... 12 Sep 2007. 

1 to 5 of 5 results

Check out our upcoming webinar, Studying Psychosis in 22q11 Deletion Syndrome, Thursday, July 28, 2016, 1-2:30 p.m. EDT.

See our recent webinar, The Baby and the Bathwater: Signal and Noise in Psychiatric Neuroimaging.

Research Participants
Copyright © 2005- 2016 Schizophrenia Research Forum Privacy Policy Disclaimer Disclosure Copyright