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Effort-based decision-making paradigms as objective measures of apathy in schizophrenia?
|Published in||Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences. 2018, vol. 22, p. 70-75|
|Abstract||In recent years, effort-based decision-making paradigms have been applied in patients with schizophrenia with the aim to establish a potentially ‘objective’ measure of apathy symptoms and shed light on underlying mechanisms. Initial studies have reported promising findings regarding symptom-level links to effort-based choice. However, a review of the recent and overall literature yields divergent findings. Published studies vary substantially in terms of clinical instruments and applied effort-based decision-making paradigms. This heterogeneity hampers comparability between studies and might partially explain divergent findings. A clear consensus on clinical assessment instruments and paradigms seems to be critical for further progress in the field.|
|Research group||Psychopathologie clinique et expérimentale (987)|
|HARTMANN-RIEMER, Matthias, KIRSCHNER, Matthias, KAISER, Stefan. Effort-based decision-making paradigms as objective measures of apathy in schizophrenia?. In: Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences, 2018, vol. 22, p. 70-75. doi: 10.1016/j.cobeha.2018.01.009 https://archive-ouverte.unige.ch/unige:128087|