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  • Childhood Infection, IQ and Risk of Non-Affective Psychosis in Adulthood: a Swedish population-based longitudinal cohort and co-relative study 

    Khandaker, Golam Mohammed; Dalman, Christina; Kappelmann, Nils; Stochl, Jan; Dal, Henrik; Kosidou, Kyriaki; Jones, Peter Brian et al.
    Importance: Associations between childhood infection, IQ and adult non-affective psychosis (NAP) are well established. However, examination of sensitive periods for exposure, effect of familial confounding, and whether IQ ...
  • Maltreated children use more grammatical negations 

    Knolle, Franziska; Vallotton, C; Ayoub, C (Springer, 2018-02-01)
    Many studies reveal a strong impact of childhood maltreatment on language development, mainly resulting in shorter utterances, less rich vocabulary, or a delay in grammatical complexity. However, different theories suggest ...
  • Hospitalization in people with dementia with Lewy bodies: Frequency, duration, and cost implications 

    Mueller, C; Perera, G; Rajkumar, AP; Bhattarai, M; Price, A; O'Brien, John Tiernan; Ballard, C et al. (2018-01-01)
    INTRODUCTION: Increased hospitalisation is a major component of dementia impact on individuals and cost, but has rarely been studied in dementia with Lewy bodies (DLB). Our aim was to describe risk and duration of hospital ...
  • Cognition as a treatment target in depression 

    Kaser, Muzaffer; Zaman, R; Sahakian, Barbara Jacquelyn (Cambridge University Press, 2017-04-01)
    Cognitive dysfunction in depression is associated with poorer clinical outcomes and impaired psychosocial functioning. However, most treatments for depression do not specifically target cognition. Neurocognitive deficits ...

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