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Neufeld R. on ONLINE DISCUSSION: New Approaches to Cognition in Mental Illness, Thank you for the opportunity to join this live discussion, though I regret that I cannot... 29 May 2008. 

Neufeld R. on WHAT WE KNOW: Functional abnormalities occur in a number of brain systems, including prefrontal and temporal cortices and subcortical structures., Generally missing are cognitive paradigms that could potentiate greater informational returns... 19 Dec 2007. 

Neufeld R. on WHAT WE KNOW: Cognitive tests are challenging for many, but not all, patients. The greatest deficits appear on tasks such as verbal memory, performance IQ, and coding tasks., An informed mapping of spared and affected cognitive functions, along with affected... 12 Nov 2007. 

Neufeld R. on WHAT WE KNOW: Functional abnormalities occur in a number of brain systems, including prefrontal and temporal cortices and subcortical structures., Progress in understanding the interplay of cognitive function and symptom expression... 12 Nov 2007. 

Neufeld R. on WHAT WE KNOW: All drugs with established anti-psychotic effects decrease dopamine neurotransmission, but anti-psychotic drugs are not effective for all schizophrenia symptoms. Among available agents, the atypical antipsychotic clozapine is the most effective for most patients, however it carries unique risks for some., Progress toward a fuller understanding of DA-antagonist-symptom relations arguably rests on... 12 Nov 2007. 

Neufeld R. on WHAT WE KNOW: Schizophrenia has a heterogeneous presentation, with disorganized, positive, and negative symptoms having different levels of prominence across time and across individuals., As has been shown for any system of complex interactions among component variables, coming to... 12 Nov 2007. 

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