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4 January 2018

Are we using the most sensitive outcome measures in pro-cognitive drug trials for schizophrenia?

The outcome measure selected for a pro-cognitive drug trial in schizophrenia must be sensitive enough to detect potentially subtle changes in cognition.


4 January 2018

Are we using the most appropriate trial designs for testing pro-cognitive drugs in schizophrenia?

Discussing the methodological considerations, and suggesting recommendations, for successful pro-cognitive drugs trials in schizophrenia.

4 January 2018

Are we recruiting the right patients with schizophrenia into pro-cognitive drug trials?

The importance of recruiting patients for pro-cognitive drug trials in schizophrenia on the basis of cognitive dysfunction. 

4 January 2018

Improving clinical trials for pro-cognitive drugs in schizophrenia

Introducing a blog-post series to discuss key limitations, and potential improvements, for pro-cognitive drug trials in schizophrenia.

21 December 2017

Decision-making under risk: from drugs to dopamine

How can you tell if a decision was impulsive or risky? Using the Cambridge Gambling Task to unpick how different brain regions, different drugs and different dopamine levels impact on decision-making. 

28 November 2017

Social cognition: an important but overlooked aspect of cognitive function

Social cognitive deficits have traditionally been linked with autism spectrum conditions. However, a recent paper from Cambridge Cognition suggests that deficits in social cognition are exhibited across a range of neurological, psychiatric and developmental disorders.

24 November 2017

What are the best ways to assess older adults’ cognitive health?

Exciting new research shows not only that web-based cognitive assessments are suitable for older adults but, for many, computerised assessments are actually preferable to traditional pen-and-paper tasks. 

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