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3/5/24 – Clinical Brown Bag Lecture Series: Junghee Lee, PhD

Posted by on Tuesday, March 5, 2024 in Events: Past.

Social Cognition in Severe Mental Illness: Where we are and where we are going.

Date: Tuesday, March 5
Time: 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Location: Wilson Hall 316

Social cognition refers to a set of abilities that recognize, understand and respond to socially relevant information from oneself and others. Social cognition is considered one of the core neurobehavioral contructs critical for forming and maintaining social relationships. During the past two decades, our knowledge on social cognition in severe mental illness, especially schizophrenia, has grown substantially. In this talk, I will present key findings on social cognition in serious mental illness and discuss several challenges that are highlighted by recent grown of our knowledge on social cognition in severe mental illness and can be addressed in future studies.

Questions? Contact Sohee Park.