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Cognitive Remediation

Cognitive remediation therapy is a form of cognitive rehabilitation. It in involves training in a set of tasks designed to improve cognitive abilities and social functioning. The domains targeted depends upon client need, but might include attention, working memory, planning, and executive function.

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  • Wykes, T., & van der Gaag, M. (2001). Is it time to develop a new cognitive therapy for psychosis—cognitive remediation therapy (CRT)?. Clinical psychology review, 21(8), 1227-1256 nkr.ru  archive.org

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