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    Dealing with Cognitive Function: A handbook for friends and families

    Dealing with Cognitive Function Associated with Psychiatric Disabilities: A handbook for families and friends of individuals with psychiatric disorders
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    INDEX

    • Cognitive dysfunction in mental illness ................................................5
    • Why do people with mental illness have cognitive dysfunction?......6
    • How does mental illness affect cognition......................................... ...7
    • Who is affected by cognitive dysfunction? ........................................8
    • How do these cognitive problems show up in daily life? ................8
    • Cognitive impairment: The impact on daily functioning ..................10
    • Medications and cognition: Do they help or hinder? ......................11
    • How can cognitive dysfunction be treated? ....................................13
    • What is a learning style? .................................................. ....................16
    • Learning style checklist .................................................. ....................18
    • What can family members do to help improve memory?................19
    • What can family members do to help attention? ..............................22
    • What can family members do to help critical thinking skills?............25
    • Common questions that families ask about cognitive dysfunction in mental illness.........................................28
    • Resources for families .................................................. .......................30
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