Genetic Effects Shared Between Schizophrenia and Cognition: Changes Across Age of Risk


Neurodevelopmental models seeking to explain schizophrenia’s peak age of onset in the twenties may be heuristically divided into “early” and “late” models1, with “early” models proposing that... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Susan Kuo (University of Pittsburgh)
  2. Christie Musket (University of Pittsburgh)
  3. Petra Rupert (University of Pittsburgh)
  4. Laura Almasy (University of Pennsylvania)
  5. Ruben Gur (University of Pennsylvania)
  6. Konasale Prasad (University of Pittsburgh)
  7. David Roalf (University of Pennsylvania)
  8. Raquel Gur (University of Pennsylvania)
  9. Vishwajit Nimgaonkar (University of Pittsburgh)
  10. Michael Pogue-Geile (University of Pittsburgh)

Topic Areas

Cognition: Education, Intelligence, Memory, Attention , Gene Finding Strategies , Neuropsychology (e.g. Dyslexia, Handedness, Language) , Psychopathology (e.g., Internalizing, Externalizing, Psychosis)


OS-6C » Adult Development & Aging (13:30 - Friday, 22nd June, Monadnock)



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