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Psychol Med. 1984 May;14(2):425-9.

Recall and recognition in mildly disturbed schizophrenics: the use of matched tasks.


Unlike previous studies, this study shows that in controlled conditions non-chronic schizophrenics receiving neuroleptic medication show no disparity between recall and recognition. Patients receiving both neuroleptic and anticholinergic drugs show this disparity, performing less well on recall than on recognition. These patients also seem more severely disturbed. The importance of task matching, drugs and chronicity are discussed.

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