Although the experimental and the neuropsychological approaches to the study of schizophrenic cognition have coexisted for many years, they remain detached, with virtually independent methods and literatures. The result has been a needless duplication of work and effort. In this article we review the emergence and representative research of each approach, examine model integrative studies, and suggest ways in which the two approaches can be better integrated to generate comprehensive cognitive schizophrenia theories and research.
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Psychiatry and Mental health