In a Comparison of Two Kinds of Cognitive Training, One Appeared to Help


The results are important since only about 25% of patients, the team says, experience a “functional recovery”—the ability to successfully function “in the community” following standard treatment. Most patients do not receive cognitive training of any kind, partly accounting for this low figure.


I’ve certainly never had cognitive training. It took me saying I had difficulty with organising and planning (executive functioning deficit) for it to appear briefly in my psych notes.

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Same here. No help other than meds for me. Actually no that’s not true I was offered art therapy :joy:

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