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Comments on 'Cognitive remediation improves memory and psychosocial functioning in first-episode psychiatric out-patients’: a reply

  • R. S. C. LEE (a1) (a2), M. A. REDOBLADO-HODGE (a3), S. L. NAISMITH (a1), D. F. HERMENS (a1), M. A. PORTER (a2) and I. B. HICKIE (a1)...
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Author for correspondence: Mr R. S. C. Lee, Clinical Research Unit, Brain and Mind Research Institute, University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia. (Email: sze.lee@sydney.edu.au)

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Lee, RS, Redoblado-Hodge, MA, Naismith, SL, Hermens, DF, Porter, MA, Hickie, IB (2013). Cognitive remediation improves memory and psychosocial functioning in first-episode psychiatric out-patients. Psychological Medicine 43, 11611173.
Stürz, K, Günther, V (2013). Comments on ‘Cognitive remediation improves memory and psychosocial functioning in first-episode psychiatric out-patients’. Psychological Medicine. doi:10.1017/S0033291713002675.

Comments on 'Cognitive remediation improves memory and psychosocial functioning in first-episode psychiatric out-patients’: a reply

  • R. S. C. LEE (a1) (a2), M. A. REDOBLADO-HODGE (a3), S. L. NAISMITH (a1), D. F. HERMENS (a1), M. A. PORTER (a2) and I. B. HICKIE (a1)...
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