Impact of baseline early auditory processing on response to cognitive remediation for schizophrenia.

Affiliation

Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health, Department of Biostatistics, New York, NY 10032, USA. Electronic address: [Email]

Abstract

Early auditory processing (EAP) has increasingly become a focus of efforts to identify biomarkers of treatment response in schizophrenia. EAP deficits lead to poor functional outcome via impaired cognition, and treatments that target EAP may drive downstream cognitive improvements. Assessment of baseline need provides an opportunity for cognitive remediation (CR) programs that give EAP training to personalize treatment and optimize its impact. This initial efficacy study examined the differential benefit of EAP training for those with and without baseline EAP deficits as defined by performance on the Tone Matching Test.

Keywords

Cognitive remediation,Early auditory processing,Neurocognition,

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