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November 01, 2013
AJP CME Course for November 2013: Preserved Working Memory and Altered Brain Activation in Persons At Risk for Psychosis
Expires October 31, 2015
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Self-Assessment Quiz

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This study hypothesized that persons at ultra high risk for psychosis would exhibit activation differences that reflect reduced efficiency of brain regions supporting working memory; which of the following regions are strongly implicated?
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The anterior insula is a part of the frontal lobe that
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The default-mode network may exhibit task-related deactivation, which is best described by which of the following?