Tonmoy, S., & Harvey, P. (2008). Cognition in schizophrenia: Importance, impairment and treatment strategies. Oxford University Press.
Summary: The most recent research on the impairment of cognitive functioning in schizophrenia, including what it is, how wide-ranging it can be, what the clinical implications are, and how it can be treated.
Sharma, T., & Chitnis, X. (2001). Brain imaging in schizophrenia: Insights and applications. Remedica Publishing Ltd.
Summary: An exploration of brain imaging in the study of psychiatric disorders, with an overview of psychiatric neuroimaging, and a summary of findings of their applications in schizophrenia research.
Harvey, P.D., & Sharma, T. (Jan. 31, 2002). Understanding and treating cognition in schizophrenia: A clinician’s handbook. Martin Dunitz Publishing.
Summary: A handbook describing the most up-to-date knowledge of our understanding of cognition in schizophrenia. For the first time, the authors assess the importance of cognition as an independent symptom domain, including also an analysis of the costs of impairment.
Chapter 15 in Gershon, E.S., & Cloninger, C.R. (1994). Genetic linkage analysis and clinical approaches to the resolution of heterogeneity in the schizophrenias: New Genetic Approaches to Mental Disorders, first edition. American Psychiatric Press, Inc., Washington, DC.
Summary: An exploration of the genetic underpinnings of mental health diseases and how this information can be used to improve treatment.