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Neuropsychological Impairment and Its Association with Violence Risk in Japanese Forensic Psychiatric Patients: A Case-Control Study.

Authors: Hashimoto K, Hirabayashi N, Igarashi Y, Imai A, Kuroda O, Kuroki N, Nagata T, Nakane J, Nishinaka H, Omori M, Sakikawa N

Journal: Public Library of Science One

BACKGROUND: In Japan, the legislation directing treatment of offenders with psychiatric disorders was enacted in 2005. Neuropsychological impairment is highly related to functional outcomes in patients with psychiatric disorders, and several studies have suggested an association […]

Designing and Evaluating Brain Powered Games for Cognitive Training and Rehabilitation in At-Risk African Children

Authors: A Sikorskii, B Giordani, B M Winn, B Novak, M J Boivin, N Nakasujja, P Bangirana

Journal: Global mental health

Background: Valid, reliable, accessible, and cost-effective computer-training approaches can be important components in scaling up educational support across resource-poor settings, such as sub-Saharan Africa. The goal of the current study was to develop a computer-based training […]

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