Cognition in Mental Health [unknown]

2019 Phlebolymphology   unpublished
Dialogues in Clinical Neuroscience is a quarterly publication that aims to serve as an interface between clinical neuropsychiatry and the neurosciences by providing state-of-the-art information and original insights into relevant clinical, biological, and therapeutic aspects. Each issue addresses a specific topic, and also publishes free contributions in the field of neuroscience as well as other non-topic-related material. All contributions are reviewed by members of the Editorial Board and
more » ... mitted to expert consultants for peer review. Cognition has attracted a growing interest in psychiatry. Since the 1990s, cognition as a whole has become an important determinant in the outcome of psychosis. Despite recent progress in the genetics of cognition, the development of new pharmacological compounds in order to improve cognition has not progressed as quickly. This issue will review and discuss the main areas of clinical and basic research in this domain.
doi:10.31887/dcns.2019.21.3 fatcat:ue3jcdwvingitcbhd6cly3cxgm