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The initial chapters of this report provide an orientation of schizophrenia partnering trends.
Furthermore, we found that lower receptor availability of B2-nAChRs in smokers with schizophrenia is associated with worse negative symptoms and worse performance on tests of executive function.
They also found significant overlap between genes in the schizophrenia GWAS-associated intervals and those with de novo nonsynonymous mutations in schizophrenia (P = .
The authors reveal employing whole genome analysis that in schizophrenia patients LINE-1 reinserts into genes involved in synaptic function or schizophrenia and may result in disruptions in their normal functions.
PEOPLE * with schizophrenia are no more likely to be violent and aggressive than anyone else.
The survey proved that the positive advances in the management of schizophrenia clearly resonate with carers as 76% believe that remission is achievable for people living with schizophrenia.
We have to get past the idea that schizophrenia is necessarily milder outside of urban settings and start asking about stressors in any society that influence this condition," Sullivan says.
at or before birth) and followed across the life course, have become key to investigations of early developmental events in schizophrenia.
The most difficult issue in evaluating Szasz and his critics is this: What about schizophrenia, which Szasz calls "The Sacred Symbol of Psychiatry"?
Exposure to infection and brain development: cytokines in the pathogenesis of schizophrenia.
This detailed examination of schizophrenia, presenting both technical data and narrative accounts, will inform both student and adult researchers, as well as those with a personal interest in the disease, includes a glossary and a list of organizations to contact.
In 1911, the psychiatrist Eugen Bleuler invented the term schizophrenia from Greek "schizo" meaning "split," and "phrenia" meaning "mind" to convey the split between perception and reality.