Schizophrenia and psychosis need to be understood as quite distinctive.
Treated schizophrenia may have very little residual psychosis, and yet as a malady of cogntiive fucniton, it has devestating consequences that lead to loss of cognitive abilities and subsequent high risk of diminished learning capacity, less academic competitiveness, poorer job prospects, and limited professional opportunities.
Psychosis, on the other hand, is closely tied to an illness process that may proceed directly from a range of injuries that have a common outocome in the CNS, but may originate in very different ways, and so may resolve with no or little ill effect.
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