UCF: Seeing Red: Unraveling Severe Mental Illness

UCF: Seeing Red: Unraveling Severe Mental Illness

UCF: Seeing Red: Unraveling Severe Mental Illness

A UCF researcher is studying whether certain visual abnormalities could shed light on the cause of some cases of severe mental illness.

Jeffrey S. Bedwell, a licensed psychologist and associate professor at UCF, is working on a $404,000 National Institute of Mental Health grant that is examining whether there is a link between visual-processing abnormalities and illnesses such as schizophrenia, which affect more than 2 million people in the United States.

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