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Computerized Brain Training Aids Cognition in Schizophrenia

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Posted: 17 May, 2012
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Updated: 14 Jun, 2019
by: Admin A.
By Mark Moran

Training the brains of patients in lower-level perceptual and attentional learning processes can have effects on multiple neural systems resulting in higher level cognitive improvements and enhanced quality of life...

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