For the first time researchers have managed to reconstruct infants visual perception.
Just after the first pill has been swallowed, the human body starts to react. A new study at the University of Oslo can be the first step towards an individualized treatment of mental illnesses.
Smoking used to be cool. Today it is a pastime for kids with problems.
Patients who have tried to commit suicide with medication, are prescribed more medication after the attempt, not less.
What makes a patient drop out from addiction treatment? It turns out scientists have been looking for the answer in the wrong place.
High levels of anomalous self-experience are associated with longer duration of untreated psychosis
Apr 20, 2015
AIM: To investigate the relationship between anomalous self-experiences and duration of untreated psychosis in a sample of patients with first-episode schizophrenia spectrum disorders.
Relationship between neurocognition and functional recovery in first-episode schizophrenia: Results from the second year of the Oslo multi-follow-up study
Apr 20, 2015
Lack of control of confounding variables, high attrition rate, and too few neurocognitive domains completed at each assessment point are some of the limitations identified in studies of the relationship between cognition and functional outcome in schizophrenia.
Associations Among Symptoms of Autism, Symptoms of Depression and Executive Functions in Children with High-Functioning Autism: A 2 Year Follow-Up Study
Mar 23, 2015
This study investigated the course of and association among changes in autism symptoms, depression symptoms and executive functions (EF) in children with high-functioning autism (HFA).