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Comparing visuospatial associative learning for a middle-aged birth cohort and patients with schizop

Visuospatial memory is extremely heterogeneous in schizophrenia. In a large population study, around a fifth of patients with schizophrenia showed similar errors rates to the top 50% of the general population. Conversely, half of the patients sampled showed substantial impairments. 

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