Talking to Patients and Rediscovering Disordered Selfhood in SchizophreniaJanuary 27th 2021
Selfhood: a complex and continuously evolving identity that is anchored in the patient's history and dependent on language and memory. But there is so much more.
Common Neural Abnormalities in Psychotic DisordersJanuary 22nd 2021
Although the clinical symptoms of psychotic disorders are dramatic and are what most clinicians focus on as their treatment targets, impairments in a wide range of cognitive function are observed in these illnesses.
The Psychiatric Potential of StatinsJanuary 14th 2021
Preliminary studies suggest that adjuvant treatment with a statin may be beneficial for patients who are also prescribed psychotropic drugs for depression and schizophrenia.
The Clinical Course of Schizophrenia With Comorbid Alcohol Use DisorderOctober 6th 2020
Schizophrenia is associated with an increased prevalence of alcohol use disorders. A post-hoc analysis of the clinical course of the 2 disorders is an important change in this understudied and often overlooked population.
Exploring the Relationship Between Cannabidiol and PsychosisSeptember 28th 2020
The acute psychotomimetic effect of cannabis is transitory, but evidence indicates that the chronic use, especially if started in adolescence, contributes to the occurrence of schizophrenia.