Grip strength is associated with cognitive performance in schizophrenia and the general population: A UK Biobank Study of 476559 participants
Background Handgrip strength may provide an easily-administered marker of cognitive functional status. However, further population-scale research examining relationships between grip strength and cognitive performance across multiple domains is needed. Additionally, relationships between grip strength and cognitive functioning in people with schizophrenia, who frequently experience cognitive deficits, has yet to be explored. Methods Baseline data from the UK... Expand abstract
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