M Karov's scientific contributions

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Article
Subjects were examined with a battery of protocols based on principles of experimental psychology and designed to measure motor control, perceptual-motor coordination, attention, learning, and memory. Differences between index and control subjects were found on the mirror-drawing protocol, reflecting visual-motor coordination, and the distractibili...

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... Motor impairment of coordination and balance may become more striking in children with high schizophrenia risk (166)(167)(168). Additionally, high risk children may display learning difficulties in attention, concentration, memory, and thought as well as behavioral and mood dysfunctions such as increased aggression, problematic interpersonal relations, social isolation, low self-esteem, offending behaviors, poor affective control, and depression (152,153,162,(169)(170)(171)(172)(173)(174)(175)(176). ...