By Selby Jacobs, Ezra Griffiths
- Describes a superb education programme in public psychiatry built through the Connecticut psychological overall healthiness Center
- A useful and important contribution to the sphere that has no present an identical within the market
- The booklet indicates a plan for the way forward for public zone psychiatry and serves as a version to facilities all through North the US and extra afield
- Describes the influence of the Connecticut psychological hospital on psychiatric carrier versions within the public sector
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He called it the “hidden problem” since diagnosis and treatment focused on clinical symptoms, like loose associations, hallucinations and delusions, and many clinicians were unaware of the nature and severity of their patients’ cognitive deficits. , 1997). He conceived of this cognitive remediation as engaging underactive neurocognitive systems and producing “activity-dependent” neural recruitment and functional enhancement. , 1993; Bell and Lysaker, 1997). , 1995). Wexler and Bell then joined in a series of large studies to develop cognitive remediation treatments and evaluate their ability to produce generalized and durable improvements in cognition, improved work function and better quality of life.
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Faced with the clinical importance of cognitive deficits, and the absence of available treatments, Wexler took note of new animal research demonstrating that even in adult monkeys, unusually intensive and extended activation of a particular neural system led to “activity-dependent” recruitment of neural resources by the system. Wexler reasoned that if it were possible to engage and exercise under-functioning neurocognitive systems in patients, it may be possible to produce an activity-dependent enhancement of function.