Social Cognition in Youth at Familial Risk of Schizophrenia 

This study focuses on youth who are at a genetically high-risk of developing psychosis (i.e., adolescents who have a first degree relative with schizophrenia (a sibling or a parent)). We are interested in better understanding whether social cognitive abilities (i.e., emotion recognition, theory of mind, emotion regulation) and related brain functioning are impaired in these adolescents, and whether they could be a predictor of a psychosis outcome.