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The Journal of
Clinical Psychiatry
The Official Journal of the American Society of Clinical Psychopharmacology
From the August 2013 Issue
Online-Only Article
Peer-Reviewed, Evidence-Based Scientific Information
Impairment of Executive Function and Attention Predicts Onset of Affective Disorder in Healthy High-Risk Twins
Maj Vinberg, Kamilla W. Miskowiak, and Lars Vedel Kessing
Whether cognitive deficits are attributable to core mood symptoms or instead have a separate evolution, prognosis, and impact on functional status in mood disorders is currently unresolved. Vinberg and colleagues set out to investigate whether cognitive function in a healthy, never-depressed cohort of twins at heritable risk can predict the onset of affective disorder.
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