Aberrant Learned Irrelevance in Patients with First-Episode Schizophrenia-Spectrum Disorder
Departmental Research Seminar
Mr. CHU Sai Ting, Ryan
Dr. HUI Lai Ming, Christy
23 June 2022
J2 Seminar Room, 2/F Block J, QMH (Face-to-face and Zoom)
Emerging evidence has indicated disrupted learned irrelevance (LIrr), a form of selective attention deficit that may contribute to psychotic symptom formation, in schizophrenia. Our results suggested the lack of normal attention bias towards predictive over non-predictive cues was observed in FES patients. In conclusion, our findings indicate aberrant LIrr with impaired allocation of attention to relevant versus irrelevant stimuli in briefly-medicated FES patients.
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