March 01, 2011
AJP CME Course for March 2011: Abnormal Modulation of Amygdala Activity in Schizophrenia in Response to Direct- and Averted-Gaze Threat-Related Facial Expressions

Self-Assessment Quiz - Expired

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Despite showing a similar effect of gaze direction and emotion on recognition accuracy, patients with schizophrenia showed abnormal amygdala activation that was different from the healthy comparison group in which of the following ways?
Within the patient group, the degree of amygdala activation in response to direct-gaze anger expressions was significantly associated with level of functioning and symptom ratings such that:
The primary study finding of abnormal amygdala responses in patients with schizophrenia helps to illustrate which of the following aspects of the illness?