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Neurocognitive dysfunction in subjects at clinical high risk for psychosis: A meta-analysis Journal article
JOURNAL OF PSYCHIATRIC RESEARCH, 2018,Volume: 103,Page: 38-45
Authors:  Zheng, Wei;  Zhang, Qing-E.;  Cai, Dong-Bin;  Ng, Chee H.;  Ungvari, Gabor S.;  Ning, Yu-Ping;  Xiang, Yu-Tao
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Schizophrenia  Psychosis  Clinical High Risk For Psychosis  Neurocognitive Function  Mccb  Meta-analysis  
Cognitive functioning in individuals at ultra-high risk for psychosis, first-degree relatives of patients with psychosis and patients with first-episode schizophrenia Journal article
Schizophrenia Research, 2016,Volume: 174,Issue: 1-3,Page: 71-76
Authors:  Hou C.-L.;  Xiang Y.-T.;  Wang Z.-L.;  Everall I.;  Tang Y.;  Yang C.;  Xu M.-Z.;  Correll C.U.;  Jia F.-J.
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Cognitive Functioning  Schizophrenia  Ultra-high Risk For Psychosis  
Duration of untreated psychosis in Chinese and mauritian: Impact of clinical characteristics and patients' and families' perspectives on psychosis Journal article
PLoS ONE, 2016,Volume: 11,Issue: 6
Authors:  Thakoor J.P.D.;  Dong H.;  Zhang X.;  Wang G.;  Huang H.;  Xiang Y.;  Hao W.
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The hypervigilant misperception of Duchenne smiles in schizotypy Journal article
Psychosis, 2015,Volume: 7,Issue: 4,Page: 348-358
Authors:  Yu,Junhong;  Zaroff,Charles M.;  Bernardo,Allan B.I.
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Duchenne Smiles  Hypervigilance Hallucination Hypothesis  Schizotypy  Signal Detection Theory  Smile Perception  
Predictive value of prospective memory for remission in first-episode schizophrenia Journal article
PERSPECTIVES IN PSYCHIATRIC CARE, 2014,Volume: 50,Issue: 2,Page: 102-110
Authors:  Zhou, FC;  Xiang, YT;  Wang, CY;  Dickerson, F;  Kreyenbuhl, J;  Ungvari, GS;  Au, RWC;  Zhou, JJ;  Zhou, Y;  Shum, D;  Man, D;  Lai, KYC;  Tang, WK;  Yu, X;  Chiu, HFK
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First-episode Schizophrenia  Acute Treatment  Remission  Prospective Memory  
Characteristics and clinical correlates of prospective memory performance in first-episode schizophrenia Journal article
Schizophrenia Research, 2012,Volume: 135,Issue: 1-3,Page: 34-39
Authors:  Zhou F.-C.;  Xiang Y.-T.;  Wang C.-Y.;  Dickerson F.;  Au R.W.C.;  Zhou J.-J.;  Zhou Y.;  Shum D.H.K.;  Chiu H.F.K.;  Man D.;  Lee E.H.M.;  Yu X.;  Chan R.C.K.;  Ungvari G.S.
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Cognitive functions  First-episode schizophrenia  Prospective memory  
Molecular effects of the psychotropic NMDA receptor antagonist MK-801 in the rat entorhinal cortex: Increases in AP-1 DNA binding activity and expression of Fos and Jun family members Conference paper
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences
Authors:  Kontkanen O.;  Lakso M.;  Koponen E.;  Wong G.;  Castren E.
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Excitatory actions of NMDA receptor antagonists in rat entorhinal cortex and cultured entorhinal cortical neurons Journal article
Neuropsychopharmacology, 1999,Volume: 21,Issue: 1,Page: 137-146
Authors:  Vaisanen J.;  Linden A.-M.;  Lakso M.;  Wong G.;  Heinemann U.;  Castren E.
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Hippocampus  Ketamine  Limbic cortex  NMDA receptor antagonists  Phencyclidine  Posterior cingulate cortex  Schizophrenia