Enhancing Gamma Band Response in Schizophrenia to Improve Working. Singh, F. Technical Report NCT03260257, clinicaltrials.gov, February, 2021. ZSCC: NoCitationData[s0] ubmitted: August 17, 2017
Enhancing Gamma Band Response in Schizophrenia to Improve Working [link]Paper  abstract   bibtex   
Schizophrenia affects 2.4 million Americans and causes significant individual and societal costs. Cognitive deficits including poor working memory arise early in the course of illness, account for poor long-term outcomes and have been difficult to treat with available treatments. The investigators are proposing to develop a novel, computer-based brain training to improve working memory in schizophrenia patients, which, if successful could have significant personal, societal, and economic impact.
@techreport{singh_enhancing_2021-1,
	type = {Clinical trial registration},
	title = {Enhancing {Gamma} {Band} {Response} in {Schizophrenia} to {Improve} {Working}},
	shorttitle = {A {Neurofeedback} {Intervention} to {Improve} {Working} {Memory} in {Schizophrenia}},
	url = {https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT03260257},
	abstract = {Schizophrenia affects 2.4 million Americans and causes significant individual and societal costs. Cognitive deficits including poor working memory arise early in the course of illness, account for poor long-term outcomes and have been difficult to treat with available treatments. The investigators are proposing to develop a novel, computer-based brain training to improve working memory in schizophrenia patients, which, if successful could have significant personal, societal, and economic impact.},
	number = {NCT03260257},
	urldate = {2021-04-08},
	institution = {clinicaltrials.gov},
	author = {Singh, Fiza},
	collaborator = {{University of California, San Diego} and {National Institutes of Health (NIH)}},
	month = feb,
	year = {2021},
	note = {ZSCC: NoCitationData[s0] 
ubmitted: August 17, 2017},
}
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