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First-Episode Psychosis

Progress in identifying and treating first-episode schizophrenia was marked by the simultaneous publication of a report on a 6-year study and on a 10-year follow-up of a large-scale trial.

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Leaders in Psychiatry: Jeffrey A. Lieberman, MD

Schizophrenia

So many had stared at John Nash, for different reasons, at different times. Now that his own stare is frozen in time, the challenge is to understand the meaning of the stares that he had received during his life.

Physicians recognize many features of schizophrenia, but one neglected area is the common symptom of a poor self-other boundary—in fact, this has also been neglected as a criterion for the DSM.

What does Dr Lieberman have to say about the state of psychiatry today, as it relates to schizophrenia, major depression, and other psychiatric disorders? More in this video.

Progress in identifying and effectively treating first-episode schizophrenia was marked by the simultaneous publication of a report on a 6-year study and on the 10-year follow-up of a large-scale trial.

In the last 5 years, there has been an absolutely profound transformation in the ability to identify genes that contribute to autism and schizophrenia.

A recent report that argues against descriptive diagnosis in medicine is historically ill-informed and medically naive, in the opinion of this psychiatrist.

optimizing care in a team setting: a program for people with schizophrenia

A look at a multidisciplinary team -- and its focus on meaningful recovery -- for patients with schizophrenia.

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