Dr. Pinkham gets a grant to study schizophrenia

Dr. Amy Pinkham and two colleagues received a four year grant to study schizophrenia (a complex brain disorder that includes significant impairments in an individual’s social cognitive functioning). The goal of the project is to identify and improve the best existing measures of social cognition so that they can be suitably applied in large-scale treatment studies. The project involves collaborators at the University of Miami and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Investigators at SMU will collect data from 185 individuals with schizophrenia and 100 healthy individuals.

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