Lindsay S Schenkel
Affiliation: Rochester Institute of Technology
- Impaired Theory of Mind and psychosocial functioning among pediatric patients with Type I versus Type II bipolar disorderLindsay S Schenkel
Department of Psychology, Rochester Institute of Technology, 18 Lomb Memorial Drive, Rochester, 14623 NY, USA Electronic address
Psychiatry Res 215:740-6. 2014..Deficits in understanding others' mental states could be an important treatment target for type I pediatric patients with BD. ..
- Negative emotion impairs working memory in pediatric patients with bipolar disorder type IL S Schenkel
Department of Psychology, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY, USA
Psychol Med 42:2567-77. 2012..We investigated affect recognition and the impact of emotional valence on working memory (using happy, angry, and neutral faces) in pediatric patients with bipolar disorder (BD) and healthy control (HC) subjects...
- Cognitive dysfunction is worse among pediatric patients with bipolar disorder Type I than Type IILindsay S Schenkel
Department of Psychology, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY 14623, USA
J Child Psychol Psychiatry 53:775-81. 2012..This study aims to determine phenotypic cognitive profiles of patients with BD Type I and II...
- Reduced top-down influences in contour detection in schizophreniaSteven M Silverstein
Weill Medical College of Cornell University, White Plains, NY, USA
Cogn Neuropsychiatry 11:112-32. 2006....
- Effectiveness of a two-phase cognitive rehabilitation intervention for severely impaired schizophrenia patientsSteven M Silverstein
Weill Medical College of Cornell University, New York, NY, USA
Psychol Med 35:829-37. 2005..Several small-N, uncontrolled reports have demonstrated that the behavioral technique of attention shaping has significantly increased attention span among severely ill schizophrenia patients...
- Poor premorbid social functioning and theory of mind deficit in schizophrenia: evidence of reduced context processing?Lindsay S Schenkel
Department of Psychology, University of Nebraska Lincoln, 325 Burnett Hall, Lincoln, NE 68588, USA
J Psychiatr Res 39:499-508. 2005..These impairments may be a factor in both poor social functioning during childhood and greater disorganized symptoms after illness onset...
- Histories of childhood maltreatment in schizophrenia: relationships with premorbid functioning, symptomatology, and cognitive deficitsLindsay S Schenkel
University of Nebraska Lincoln, Department of Psychology, 325 Burnett Hall, Lincoln, NE 60612, USA
Schizophr Res 76:273-86. 2005..A history of childhood maltreatment appears to be a significant determinant of premorbid functioning, illness-related symptom expression, and specific forms of cognitive dysfunction...