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  1. Schizophrenia, Causes, Symptoms, Signs, Diagnosis and Treatments by National Institute of Mental Health, National Institutes of Health, et all 2008-10-28
  2. Living Outside Mental Illness: Qualitative Studies of Recovery in Schizophrenia (Qualitative Studies in Psychology Series) by Larry Davidson, 2003-08-01
  3. Medical Illness and Schizophrenia by Jonathan M. Meyer, Henry A. Nasrallah, 2009-04-22
  4. Recovery from the Hell of Schizophrenia - A True Story of an Imprisoned Mind, Heart and Soul - Freed by Hoffer's Key by Carlene Hope, 2007-12-11
  5. Making Sense of Madness: Contesting the Meaning of Schizophrenia (The International Society for the Psychological Treatments of the Schizophrenias and Other Psychoses) by Jim Geekie, John Read, 2009-06-19
  6. Living with Schizophrenia by Martha Stone, 2010-08-26
  7. Sanity Plea: Schizophrenia in the Novels of Kurt Vonnegut by Lawrence R. Broer, 1994-08-30
  8. Psychosocial Treatment of Schizophrenia (Clinician's Guide to Evidence-Based Practice Series) by Allen Rubin, David W. Springer, et all 2010-08-23
  9. Anti-Oedipus. capitalism and schizophrenia by Gilles Deleuze, 1982
  10. Schizophrenia
  11. Schizophrenia: Comprehensive Treatment and Management by Marvin I. Herz, Stephen R. Marder, 2002-02
  12. Schizophrenia (Vol. 11)(The Bodé Library) by Vaughn Bode, 2001-11
  13. Cognition in Schizophrenia: Impairments, Importance, and Treatment Strategies
  14. I Schizophrenia

101. NAMI | Schizophrenia
schizophrenia. What is schizophrenia? schizophrenia others. The first signs of schizophrenia typically emerge in the teenage years or early twenties.

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What is schizophrenia? Schizophrenia is a devastating brain disorder that affects approximately 2.2 million American adults, or 1.1 percent of the population age 18 and older. Schizophrenia interferes with a person's ability to think clearly, to distinguish reality from fantasy, to manage emotions, make decisions, and relate to others. The first signs of schizophrenia typically emerge in the teenage years or early twenties. Most people with schizophrenia suffer chronically or episodically throughout their lives, and are often stigmatized by lack of public understanding about the disease. Schizophrenia is not caused by bad parenting or personal weakness. A person with schizophrenia does not have a "split personality," and almost all people with schizophrenia are not dangerous or violent towards others when they are receiving treatment. The World Health Organization has identified schizophrenia as one of the ten most debilitating diseases affecting human beings. What are the symptoms of schizophrenia?

102. Schizophrenia
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Assessment and treatment of children and adolescents Diagnosis and treatment of schizophrenia ... Medications for mental illness SPONSOR'S INFORMATION Dear Colleagues, Schizophrenia, an often-misunderstood brain disease, affects about 1% of the population worldwide. Comorbid conditions include impairment of cognitive function, depression, obsessive-compulsive behavior, substance abuse, and aggressive behavior. Today's newsletter focuses on this complex and disabling mental illness. Please feel free to forward this information to professional colleagues, who can sign-up for a free subscription to the e-newsletter at

103. Neuroscience For Kids - Schizophrenia
Who has schizophrenia? schizophrenia is one of the most common mental illnesses. About What are the symptoms of schizophrenia? The
Schizophrenia First, let's discuss what schizophrenia is not. People who have schizophrenia do NOT have multiple personalities. In 1911, Eugen Bleuler, first used the word "schizophrenia." Although the word schizophrenia does come from the Greek words meaning "split" and "mind," people with schizophrenia do not have split personalities. This misunderstanding has caused many people to misuse the term schizophrenia. The "split mind" refers to the way that people with schizophrenia are split off from reality; they cannot tell what is real and what is not real. Contents of this Page
Who has schizophrenia?



Who has schizophrenia?
Schizophrenia is one of the most common mental illnesses. About 1 of every 100 people (1% of the population) is affected by schizophrenia. This disorder is found throughout the world and in all races and cultures. Schizophrenia affects men and women in equal numbers, although on average, men appear to develop schizophrenia earlier than women. Generally, men show the first signs of schizophrenia in their mid 20s and women show the first signs in their late 20s. Schizophrenia has a tremendous cost to society, estimated at $32.5 billion per year in the US (statistic from Brain Facts , Society for Neuroscience, 2002).

104. Voices Forum; Homepage At
Dedicated to providing mutual support for those who have experienced schizophrenia. Contains many articles and poems with recovery themes.
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The Voices Forum is a forum which gives an active voice to people who hear voices in the head, people with schizophrenia, psychosis, paranoia, mental illness, hebephrenia, mania, schizophrenic spectrum disorders, and other forms of madness.
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Mad people (service users) are brilliantly creative. Well-known fact. Personal Pages
We speak for ourselves. Our own personal web pages. EVENTS Various gloriously-successful conferences, gigs, dinners, stage shows, and tea parties we have arranged. Site Index Also see What's New Index Take a look at how much amazing stuff there is in this site!

105. Schizophrenia, Psychotic Disorders
schizophrenia. Index. Definition. schizophrenia afflicts approximately one percent of the world s population, making it the most common psychosis.

106. Schizophrenia Depression Self Help Therapy McKenzie Bipolar Manic Mental NBD
schizophrenia, depression, bipolar and schizoaffective disorder, NBD, alcoholism, and drug addiction are discussed in terms of cause, treatment, prevention, recovery, and online selfhelp therapy.
Schizophrenia, depression, bipolar and schizoaffective disorder, NBD, alcoholism, and drug addiction are discussed in terms of cause, treatment, prevention, research, self-help, medication, fish oil, integrative medicine, holistic health, and permanent recovery without medication.
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107. NHS Direct Online - Schizophrenia Homepage
The NHS Direct Online website for schizophrenia no longer exists. Please visit the following sites if you are a patient or carer and wish to answer questions relating to schizophrenia: Best wishes,
NeLMH team
June 2003

108. Psychiatry Anti-Psychiatry Re-visited
David Coopers' discoveries in psychodynamics of schizophrenia and his criticisms of psychiatry.

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To understand Anti-Psychiatry one has to first understand Psychiatry. Psychiatry is primarily a social institution which removes from society the "mentally ill and attempts to subdue their symptoms using drugs. Patinets are diagnosed, labeled and druged. Emphasis is on "Normalisation". The suppression of difference, originality and vision - Conformism - making obediant robots that do not create anxiety in others.
Anti-Psychiatry emphasis is on making the individual whole. Diagnosis and analysis are replaced by uncritical listening. Labeling is replaced by witnessing the individual as an individual. Anti-Psychiatry tries to reverse the rules of the Psychiatric game.
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David Coopers key discovery was that the Schizophrenic condition is the result of a "significant inward voyage". By this he means the individual looking inwards - searching for what is wrong with himself or why he is the way he is. In 1974 L.R. Hubbard used the term introspection for this. In 1925 Sigmund Freud discovered the other dynamic involved - regression. Regression can be defined as returning to a former state. In fact regression is not limited to this life but includes past lives. While regressed the individual re-experiences past memories as if they are now and reacts to current impulses as he would of then. Personality development is reversed.

109. Schizophrenia Without Antipsychotic Drugs
schizophrenia Antipsychotic Drugs Prominent psychiatrist Mosher argues for treatment of schizophrenia without antipsychotics. Describes Soteria Project.

110. Schizophrenia Of Alberta - Index Page
Aims to fight mental disorders impairing one's ability to think clearly, manage emotions and to relate to others. Gives information on the condition, fundraising efforts, volunteering and other related related data.

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112. Schizophrenia - Depression Symptoms, Causes, And Treatments Including Clinical A
What is schizophrenia? schizophrenia is a chronic, severe, and disabling brain disease. Approximately 1 percent of the population
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What is schizophrenia?
Schizophrenia is a chronic, severe, and disabling brain disease. Approximately 1 percent of the population develops schizophrenia during their lifetime - more than 2 million Americans suffer from the illness in a given year. Although schizophrenia affects men and women with equal frequency, the disorder often appears earlier in men, usually in the late teens or early twenties, than in women, who are generally affected in the twenties to early thirties. People with schizophrenia often suffer terrifying symptoms such as hearing internal voices not heard by others, or believing that other people are reading their minds, controlling their thoughts, or plotting to harm them. These symptoms may leave them fearful and withdrawn. Their speech and behavior can be so disorganized that they may be incomprehensible or frightening to others. Available treatments can relieve many symptoms, but most people with schizophrenia continue to suffer some symptoms throughout their lives; it has been estimated that no more than one in five individuals recovers completely. This is a time of hope for people with schizophrenia and their families. Research is gradually leading to new and safer medications and unraveling the complex causes of the disease. Scientists are using many approaches from the study of molecular

113. Schizo-Affective Disorder
A personal account of a mental health illness similar to schizophrenia and bipolar disorder.
SCHIZO-AFFECTIVE DISORDER: MY PERSONAL EXPERIENCE A personal account of a mental health illness with similarities to schizophrenia and bi-polar disorder BACKGROUND * SCHOOL LIFE * SIXTH FORM * EARLY ADULT LIFE ... POEM ABOUT DEPRESSION BACKGROUND - SCHOOL LIFE When I was 11 years old I left junior school and went to Kingshurst Comprehensive. I was the only person from my junior school to go to this comprehensive. This was the first stage in my isolation. While at the comprehensive I was never myself and acted the clown in class. On top of this, when I was 11 or 12, my dad found out that my mother was seeing another man who she had met on holiday in Spain. They did not divorce but the atmosphere at home became more and more strained over time. When I was 15 I went on a school trip to France and ended up going out with a girl called Karen. She was 13 and yet far more experienced than me. We had a great time but it did not last. On coming back to school I felt uncomfortable about going out with someone younger than myself.. A week after the French trip I went on a geography field trip in Wales. Almost by accident, I ended up going out with Catherine who I had liked for some time. On returning from the trip I ran into Karen who quite rightly gave me a hard time and made me feel really bad about myself. I carried on going with Catherine for a few weeks but things did not work out and I decided to call things off. I phoned up Karen and told her about it. I hoped we could get together but she did not want to know.

114. Home Page
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«Working to find the causes of schizophrenia and bipolar disorder.» Welcome We hope study participants and their families, researchers, mental health professionals, and the general public will find the information and resources here helpful. We encourage visitors to this site to click here to give us feedback. Our Mission Statement explains the goals of the project, started in 1983, by Ann E. Pulver, Sc.D. , and the Project History will give you an idea of the progress we have made in the almost two decades since we began our work. Our current laboratory efforts in molecular genetics are concentrated in two areas : 1) following up significant genomic regions implicated in our genome scan for schizophrenia susceptibility loci published in 1998 (particularly on chromosomes 8, 13, and 22), and 2) finding new regions of interest as well as testing candidate genes and regions identified by other investigating groups in schizophrenia. These studies are being conducted using our unique family resources which include families of diverse ethnic backgrounds. Collaborations with our molecular geneticists and our genetic analysts both here at Johns Hopkins and at other institutions throughout the world enable us to pursue our goal of unraveling the genetic underpinnings of severe mental disorders using state-of-the-art techniques.

115. Jung Circle
Support for a drug free recovery approach to schizophrenia in Australia.
Jung Circle Welcome to Jung Circle, a temenos, or Sacred Sphere in which we celebrate the holistic vision of C.G.Jung; a place where anything can happen and where Mercurius reigns supreme. What our age most needs is a rediscovery of the life, boundlessness, and sacredness of the psyche, and a renewed honour for the gods who inform it and speak to us through our dreams, our lives, our loved ones, gifts and wounds, and through the boundless realms of the imaginal. Here we offer what will hopefully be welcomed as some food for soul, mind and imagination, so pull up a log, refill your tankards, and join us around the fire! TEMENOS THERAPEUTIC NETWORK Jung Circle Fireside Discussion List Jung & the Imaginal Circle of "Erocentric" Vision Shamanic Healing Space, by "The Dark" Nathair Schizophrenia Soul Therapy Helpline Myths, Tales, and Poems for the Jung at Heart Archives: Dreams , Reflections, Visions, Discussions Children's Corner: Ask Aaivan, the Eternal Child

116. SANE - Schizophrenia
Read about schizophrenia and its treatment. However, since schizophrenia can last a long time, those involved should learn as much as they can about it.
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117. Forensic Algorithm Project / Forensic & Correctional Solutions,Inc. - Welcome
Algorithm in the treatment of schizophrenia in the correctional setting by Charles Anthony Buscema, MD and Qamar A. Abbasi, MD, PhD. Consultations to jail/prison systems, academic symposia, staff training are all available services.
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The Forensic Algorithm Project was featured in a presentation to the American Psychiatric Association on May 19, 2003, titled "Is Advocacy Necessary in the Correctional Population?". "The Quality of Life in Prison Instrument: Does it Track Progress in the Treatment of Schizophrenia?", was presented as research-in-progress at the 2003 Annual AAPL Meeting in San Antonio, TX on October 19, 2003. A second, revised edition of the Forensic Algorithm Project 2004, is expected to be published and distributed next year. Please check the Services
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118. Medscape Resource Center - Schizophrenia Wellness Center
Our understanding of schizophrenia has evolved over the last century. Pharmacological, psychotherapeutic, and psychosocial treatments

119. Schizophrenia Ireland - The Lucia Foundation.
schizophrenia Ireland. Supporting those whose lives are affected by mental illnesses. Please visit our new website at
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120. Welcome To Schizophrenia Ireland And Worklink Job Club
schizophrenia Ireland, The Pathways Project and Worklink. Supporting those whose lives are affected by mental illnesses. schizophrenia Ireland, click to enter,
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