Neuroanatomical Substrates of Foresight in Schizophrenia

The ability to think of the long-term consequences of one's behavior and use this information to guide present and future actions, commonly referred to as foresight, is a key higher-order cognitive ability that may be deficient among persons with schizophrenia and substantially limit the degree to which such individuals experience a functional recovery from the disease.

2008-07-07

 foresight future schizophrenia planning brain

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