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The authors of this poster found that young children at genetic high-risk for schizophrenia had significantly poorer performance on multiple measures of cognition and motor development at one year of age, and these differences appeared to become more pronounced at two years of age. Schizophrenia is known to arise as a result of erroneous early brain development associated with alterations in structure, connectivity, and function of the brain. The authors plan to further refine the measures and analyses of structural brain development in order to build up a more definitive profile of schizophrenia origins.
SJ Short, BD Goldman, S Woolson, RJ Steiner, M Styner, JH Gilmore Based on: 14th International Congress on Schizophrenia Research 2013
Based on: 11th Annual Meeting of the Bioinformatics Italian Society (BITS) 2014, Poster ID:1095064
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