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Longitudinal clinical and functional outcome in distinct cognitive subgroups of first-episode psychosis: a cluster analysis
Background Cognitive deficits may be characteristic for only a subgroup of first-episode psychosis (FEP) and the link with clinical and functional outcomes is less profound than previously thought. This study aimed to identify cognitive subgroups in a large sample of FEP using a clustering approach with healthy controls as a reference group, subsequently linking cognitive subgroups to clinical and functional outcomes. Methods 204 FEP patients were included. Hierarchical cluster analysis wasdoi:10.1017/s0033291721004153 pmid:34664546 fatcat:bo4bqbvryrfd7ito4bhuicj4we