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Clinical Study

A Simple Spatial Working Memory and Attention Test on Paired Symbols Shows Developmental Deficits in Schizophrenia Patients

Figure 2

Comparison of schizophrenic and healthy groups. SWAPS showed the highest score in the age 20–27 healthy control group (group 20s) but not in schizophrenia patients ages 20–29 (group SZ20s). (a–d) show the accuracy per second in 5 healthy control age groups (10s, 20s, 30s, 40s, and 50s), at different difficulty loads and with different combinations of learning time and delay span. (e–h) show the accuracy per second for 3 age groups in schizophrenia patients (SZ10s, SZ20s, SZ30s), under the same learning time and delay span conditions as the healthy control groups. Lt: learning time (0.5 seconds or 2 seconds); : delay span (0.5 seconds or 2 seconds).
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