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Dr. David Kimhy PhD

Assistant Professor In Psychiatry and Director of the Experimental Psychopathology Lab

New York State Psychiatric Institute

Direct Phone: (212) ***-****       

New York State Psychiatric Institute

1051 Riverside Drive Box 10

New York, New York 10032

United States

Company Description

Founded in 1896, the New York State Psychiatric Institute (PI) (www.nyspi.org) continues to contribute importantly to knowledge about understanding and treating psychiatric disorder and is ranked among the best psychiatric research facilities in the world ... more

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Affiliations

Member
International Early Psychosis Association

Member
American Psychological Association

Education

Ph.D.

Institute of Cognitive Therapy for Psychosis

Ph.D.
clinical psychology
Long Island University

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"Our results indicate that poor aerobic fitness represents a modifiable risk factor for cognitive dysfunction in people with schizophrenia for which aerobic exercise training offers a safe, non-stigmatizing and side-effect-free intervention," said lead author David Kimhy in a journal news release. He is an assistant professor in psychiatry and director of the Experimental Psychopathology Lab at the New York State Psychiatric Institute in New York City.

The researchers said a protein called brain-derived neurotrophic factor -- which increases with physical activity -- may be "a potential mechanism" for the exercise-related improvements in schizophrenia patients' mental function.
"If replicated, our findings may lead to the integration of aerobic exercise into standard psychiatric treatment for people with schizophrenia and other severe mental health problems, Kimhy said.
The study only found an association between exercise and mental function. Kimhy noted, however, that along with the well-documented benefits of exercise, such as better heart health and help with weight management, aerobic exercise appears to offer the potential to improve mental function in people with schizophrenia.


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"Our results indicate that poor aerobic fitness represents a modifiable risk factor for cognitive dysfunction in people with schizophrenia for which aerobic exercise training offers a safe, non-stigmatizing and side-effect-free intervention," said lead author David Kimhy in a journal news release. He is an assistant professor in psychiatry and director of the Experimental Psychopathology Lab at the New York State Psychiatric Institute in New York City.

The researchers said a protein called brain-derived neurotrophic factor -- which increases with physical activity -- may be "a potential mechanism" for the exercise-related improvements in schizophrenia patients' mental function.
"If replicated, our findings may lead to the integration of aerobic exercise into standard psychiatric treatment for people with schizophrenia and other severe mental health problems, Kimhy said.
The study only found an association between exercise and mental function. Kimhy noted, however, that along with the well-documented benefits of exercise, such as better heart health and help with weight management, aerobic exercise appears to offer the potential to improve mental function in people with schizophrenia.


"Our results indicate that poor aerobic ...

www.rainbowbridgeojai.com, $reference.date [cached]

"Our results indicate that poor aerobic fitness represents a modifiable risk factor for cognitive dysfunction in people with schizophrenia for which aerobic exercise training offers a safe, non-stigmatizing and side-effect-free intervention," said lead author David Kimhy in a journal news release. He is an assistant professor in psychiatry and director of the Experimental Psychopathology Lab at the New York State Psychiatric Institute in New York City.

The researchers said a protein called brain-derived neurotrophic factor -- which increases with physical activity -- may be "a potential mechanism" for the exercise-related improvements in schizophrenia patients' mental function.
"If replicated, our findings may lead to the integration of aerobic exercise into standard psychiatric treatment for people with schizophrenia and other severe mental health problems, Kimhy said.
The study only found an association between exercise and mental function. Kimhy noted, however, that along with the well-documented benefits of exercise, such as better heart health and help with weight management, aerobic exercise appears to offer the potential to improve mental function in people with schizophrenia.


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"Our results indicate that poor aerobic fitness represents a modifiable risk factor for cognitive dysfunction in people with schizophrenia for which aerobic exercise training offers a safe, non-stigmatizing and side-effect-free intervention," said lead author David Kimhy in a journal news release. He is an assistant professor in psychiatry and director of the Experimental Psychopathology Lab at the New York State Psychiatric Institute in New York City.

The researchers said a protein called brain-derived neurotrophic factor -- which increases with physical activity -- may be "a potential mechanism" for the exercise-related improvements in schizophrenia patients' mental function.
"If replicated, our findings may lead to the integration of aerobic exercise into standard psychiatric treatment for people with schizophrenia and other severe mental health problems, Kimhy said.
The study only found an association between exercise and mental function. Kimhy noted, however, that along with the well-documented benefits of exercise, such as better heart health and help with weight management, aerobic exercise appears to offer the potential to improve mental function in people with schizophrenia.


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"Our results indicate that poor aerobic fitness represents a modifiable risk factor for cognitive dysfunction in people with schizophrenia for which aerobic exercise training offers a safe, non-stigmatizing and side-effect-free intervention," said lead author David Kimhy in a journal news release. He is an assistant professor in psychiatry and director of the Experimental Psychopathology Lab at the New York State Psychiatric Institute in New York City.

The researchers said a protein called brain-derived neurotrophic factor -- which increases with physical activity -- may be "a potential mechanism" for the exercise-related improvements in schizophrenia patients' mental function.
"If replicated, our findings may lead to the integration of aerobic exercise into standard psychiatric treatment for people with schizophrenia and other severe mental health problems, Kimhy said.
The study only found an association between exercise and mental function. Kimhy noted, however, that along with the well-documented benefits of exercise, such as better heart health and help with weight management, aerobic exercise appears to offer the potential to improve mental function in people with schizophrenia.

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