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Version, Download, Total Views, Stock, ∞. File Size, MB. File Type, pdf. Create Date, 5 abril, Last Updated, 26 abril. Download. Trastorno delirante y paranoia. Course: Psicosis y Antipsiquiatría. J. S alavert, M. Berrospi, ML. Miralles, RM. Dueñas, ML. Tiffon, L. San Molina. creación del trastorno esquizoafectivo con el fin de poder clasificar las “ no llegarían a la gravedad que establecen los criterios del DSM-IV (APA, ).

However, scores in Interference were not statistically different for cases and controls. Also, cases showed a significantly poorer performance on Immediate Recall in Trial 1, with a large effect size of.

Finally, with regard to memory and learning processes Table 6 , statistically significant differences were found in all the studied variables except for Perseverations.

Additionally, cases showed higher scores on most error variables in this test, this is: Intrusions in Free Recall and False Positives in Recognition.

Discussion Main Findings, Strengths and Limitations In summary, our results show empirical evidence that DD cases performed worse than controls in both a variety of components of executive function and in memory tasks. Thus, DD patients showed lower levels of flexibility, slower speed processing, restricted capacity for learning, updating and inhibiting inappropriate information and poorer memory and reasoning.

Our findings were independent of potential confounding effects of sex, age, educational level and premorbid IQ. Some authors have postulated that patients with DD are cognitively intact [2] and this disorder has indeed been traditionally described as not evolving to defective states [4] , [42]. However, our findings provide consistent empirical evidence demonstrating the contrary, at least on the tested areas of executive function, memory and learning. It must be said, though, that a few studies, using smaller samples and without the direct objective of looking into these specific cognitive functions, had previously provided some similar evidence [13] , [14] , [43].

However, to the best of our knowledge, this is the first study investigating all components of executive function and memory processes together in a relatively large sample of DD patients as compared to healthy controls.

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The main advantage of the study is the relatively large sample of 86 rare DD cases. However, a number of limitations do exist. Given that cases come from a clinical outpatient setting, controls were necessarily obtained from a different source. Indeed, controls were drawn from a selected pool of unemployed people and come from a different geographical province in Spain and this can limit the generalizability of our findings. Admittedly, a degree of selection bias was present as cases and controls tended to differ systematically in most sociodemographic variables.

Nonetheless, in an attempt to counteract such plausible biases, we performed ANCOVA analyses adjusting for all the potential confounders, including sociodemographic and educational variables. Finally, there is increasing evidence of the validity of a cognitive dimension in psychosis spectrum disorders and its utility to predict functional abilities Green et al. Psychopathological dimensions vs. Schizophrenic patients are placed half-way from each other category but closer to schizoaffective patients in negative and cognitive symptoms whilst closer to DD patients in both affective dimensions which are, in turn, expressed grossly in excess among schizoaffective patients.

In those borders, the real overlap between them is more than evident. A dimensional approach contributes to overcome obstacles that are largely due to the intrinsic limitations of the categorical approach to capture the reality of actually existing psychotic phenotype in nature.

It is also relevant to highlight the existence of negative symptoms in DD. A similar case is arguable regarding the cognitive dimension which is also present in DD.

Thus, contrary to previous and current diagnostic criteria we show that DD patients do have indeed some degree of cognitive impairment, something that has been reported earlier Ibanez-Casas et al. Clinical implications Our results suggest points that can be of use in clinical practice.

Firstly, from a diagnostic viewpoint, current subtyping of psychotic categories could use a multi-dimensional method similar to the one already used in DSM-5 for schizophrenia for all psychotic categories including DD and schizoaffective disorder. We pose such common subtyping suggestion would be more valid in view of our and many others' data rather than keeping the current content subtyping in DD or affective symptom subtyping in schizoaffective disorder criteria still present in DSM Finally, the use of dimensions can also be of use in predicting of general outcome and, thus, determine the clinician's choice of preventative measures in those cases with high-loadings predicting poorer prognosis, such as negative or cognitive psychopathology Petkari et al.

Contributors All authors have contributed substantially to the manuscript. Cervilla have led the initial writing of the report and all authors have participated in corrections and comments. Haro, Ruiz-Veguilla and Cervilla have participated in statistical analyses and writing of report.

Cervilla has been the overall supervisor of this research and its report. Ibanez-Casas and Prof.

Acknowledgements We would like to thank all participating patients for their acceptance to take part in this study. Finally, we also thank their psychiatrists, nurses and medical secretaries for helping us to approach them across the different participating centres.

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