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  1. Schizophrenia (Advances in Psychotherapy; Evidence-Based Practice) by Steven M. Silverstein, William D. Spaulding, et all 2006-07-30
  2. Experiences of Schizophrenia: An Integration of the Personal, Scientific, and Therapeutic by Michael D. Robbins MD, 1993-07-30
  3. Neurocognition and Social Cognition in Schizophrenia Patients: Basic Concepts and Treatment (Key Issues in Mental Health)
  4. Psychotherapies for the Psychoses: Theoretical, Cultural and Clinical Integration (The International Society for the Psychological Treatments of the Schizophrenias and Other Psychoses)
  5. Evolving Psychosis: Different Stages, Different Treatments (The International Society for the Psychological Treatments of the Schizophrenias and Other Psychoses)
  6. A Thousand Plateaus: Capitalism and Schizophrenia by Gilles Deleuze, Felix Guattari, et all 1987-12
  7. Who's Crazy Here?: Steps to Recovery Without Drugs for ADD/ADHD, Addiction & Eating disorders, Anxiety & PTSD, Depression, Bipolar Disorder, Schizophrenia, Autism (Volume 1) by Ms Gracelyn Guyol, 2010-08-24
  8. Collected Papers on Schizophrenia and Related Subjects by Harold F. Searles, 1966-06
  9. Schizophrenia And Manic-depressive Disorder: The Biological Roots Of Mental Illness As Revealed By The Landmark Study Of Identical Twins by E. Fuller Torrey, Ann E. Bowler, et all 1995-04-21
  10. Healing Schizophrenia: Using Medication Wisely by John Watkins, 2006-11-22
  11. Handbook of Neurochemistry and Molecular Neurobiology: Schizophrenia (Springer Reference)
  12. Schizophrenia: Understanding and Coping with the Illness (Thorsons Health) by Anne Charlish, Dr. John Cutting, 1995-07-10
  13. Schizophrenia: Seven Approaches
  14. Understanding Your Schizophrenia Illness: A Workbook by Chris Healy, 2007-09-17

121. The Center For Reintegration
Organization dedicated to assisting those with schizophrenia and related disorders in their efforts to return to a meaningful life that includes family and friends, independent living and competitive employment.

122. Schizophrenia Society Of Ontario - Hamilton Chapter
A nonprofit organization which offers support, information and help for the families and friends of those with schizophrenia.
Support, Information & Help for the "families and friends" of those ill with Schizophrenia. The Hamilton Chapter, Schizophrenia Society of Ontario, was formerly known as Ontario Friends of Schizophrenics. It is a charitable self-help organization for families and friends of people suffering from Schizophrenia. Coping with someone who has schizophrenia is very stressful. The Hamilton Chapter offers help in understanding the illness and dealing with the widespread misunderstandings that exist in society about mental illness. Our goals are to:
  • provide mutual support for families share coping skills promote public awareness of the illness encourage research advocate for increased services for the ill person and their families
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"Questions To Ask the Psychiatrist"

123. Fact Sheet Facts On Schizophrenia
schizophrenia. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION schizophrenia can affect anyone at any age, but most cases develop between ages 16 and 30. Symptoms of schizophrenia.

124. USA Schizophrenia Support Organizations
A listing of organizations to help foster and support treatment and understanding of this diagnosis.
Schizophrenia Support Organizations - USA This page is only for organizations in the USA. For other countries , please check out the Home page. This page contains a listing of support organizations in the USA for people with schizophrenia and their families. Do not be discouraged if your town is not listed here, this list is growing all of the time.
Information for local chapters changes rapidly. If a WWW source is listed, check that source first for the latest information. If the information is still out of date, contact the parent organization directly. Be aware that the chapter contacts are often home phone numbers. Please exercise courtesy and discretion.
HELP: Any time you have new or updated information, please email the corrections. Your help is essential in insuring this information is reliable and useful.
US Support Organizations
National Alliance for the Mentally Ill (NAMI) Phone: Contact: email: Schizophrenics Anonymous 15920 W. Twelve Mile Phone: 313-477-1983 Contact: Southfield MI 48076 Return to home page for organizations in other countries.

125. Mental Health: A Report Of The Surgeon General - Chapter 4
schizophrenia. Overview. Our understanding of schizophrenia Toomey et al., 1998). Table 46. DSM-IV diagnostic criteria for schizophrenia.
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    Our understanding of schizophrenia has evolved since its symptoms were first catalogued by German psychiatrist Emil Kraepelin in the late 19th century (Andreasen, 1997a). Even though the cause of this disorder remains elusive, its frightening symptoms and biological correlates have come to be quite well defined. Yet misconceptions abound about symptoms: schizophrenia is neither nor Table 4-6 Schizophrenia is characterized by profound disruption in cognition and emotion, affecting the most fundamental human attributes: language, thought, perception, affect, and sense of self. The array of symptoms, while wide ranging, frequently includes psychotic manifestations, such as hearing internal voices or experiencing other sensations not connected to an obvious source (hallucinations) and assigning unusual significance or meaning to normal events or holding fixed false personal beliefs (delusions). No single symptom is definitive for diagnosis; rather, the diagnosis encompasses a pattern of signs and symptoms, in conjunction with impaired occupational or social functioning (DSM-IV). Symptoms are typically divided into positive and negative symptoms (see Table 4-7 Table 4-6. DSM-IV diagnostic criteria for schizophrenia

126. Schizophrenia? Huh?: Stories For Children By Richard Carlson / A Children's Book
Illustrated book by children's author, Richard Carlson creating a greater understanding and awareness of the mental illness, schizophrenia.
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"The stories did not only teach me something but entertained me too.
I really like the characters in these stories. I felt like they could
be friends of mine." - Nathaniel Adams, age 11 (Click on the cover to see a larger image.)
by Richard W. Carlson Jr. with illustrations by Kevin Carlson
What is the book about? Are you looking for an awesome book about the illness, schizophrenia for children
9 to 12 years old? Do you know someone with schizophrenia? Schizophrenia? Huh?:
Stories for Children is an entertaining book of three fictional stories about children and their first experiences with people with mild to moderate schizophrenia. (Click on the graphic to see a larger image.) Tommy Our New Neighbor, and the Mystery of Our Missing Beagle What do Tad and Debbie find out about their new teenage neighbor? Why are they afraid and feel uncomfortable living right next door to him? Did he dog-nap their pet beagle? (Click on the graphic to see a larger image.) Does Uncle Peter have to go to My Birthday Party?

127. BBC NEWS | Health | Medical Notes | Schizophrenia
schizophrenia is a severe and complex mental illness with a wide range of symptoms. schizophrenia. schizophrenia can be a devastating conditon.


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Last Updated: Wednesday, 20 December, 2000, 10:06 GMT E-mail this to a friend Printable version Schizophrenia
Schizophrenia can be a devastating conditon Schizophrenia is the most chronic and disabling of the major mental illnesses. It is a highly complex condition, and scientists are not even sure if it is one disorder, or a range of disorders, with different causes. Approximately one per cent of the population develop schizophrenia during their lives. Men and women are affected equally. Schizophrenia is not, as is commonly thought, split personality. What is schizophrenia?
Schizophrenia is such a complex condition that few generalisations hold true for all people diagnosed as schizophrenic. Acute schizophrenics may suffer psychotic symptoms when they are completely unable to separate reality from unreal experiences. They may view the world as highly distorted, changeable and lacking reliable landmarks. Some patients may only have one psychotic episode, and others may have many episodes during a lifetime, but lead relatively normal lives during interim periods. Patients with chronic schizophrenia often do not fully recover normal functioning and may require long-term treatment, generally including medication, to control the symptoms.

128. BBC NEWS | Science/Nature | Schizophrenia Link To Lead Petrol
A study of blood samples taken in the 1960s suggests a strong link between exposure to lead in the womb and schizophrenia in adulthood.


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Last Updated: Saturday, 14 February, 2004, 17:17 GMT E-mail this to a friend Printable version Schizophrenia link to lead petrol
By Richard Black
BBC science correspondent, in Seattle
Lead was widely used in petrol in the 1960s US scientists say they have found a link between exposure to lead in the womb and schizophrenia in adulthood.
The discovery is based on a study of blood samples taken from pregnant American women in the 1960s when lead was still widely used in vehicle fuel. People whose mothers were exposed to high levels of the metal in exhaust fumes were more than twice as likely to develop schizophrenia as adults. The research was led by Dr Ezra Susser, from Columbia University in New York. He presented the work to the annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science in Washington State. "It's a preliminary finding, but an intriguing one," he told the BBC. "We think that people will now look at a variety of environmental toxins which can disrupt brain development, and see whether they are also related to the risk of schizophrenia."

129. Home
A breakthrough discovery and book by Douglas M Arone. Found are the causes of and answers to Autism, Depression, schizophrenia, Anorexia, purpose of aleep and Dreams.
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130. Mental Health Branch - What Is? Series - What Is Schizophrenia?
What is schizophrenia? This brochure provides some facts about schizophrenia. Download here. pdf fileschizoph.pdf. size 410kb. Install Adobe Acrobat here
What is Schizophrenia? This brochure provides some facts about schizophrenia. Download here pdf file: schizoph.pdf size: Install Adobe Acrobat here: About the What is? series Six mental health brochures have been produced as part of an overall program to promote awareness of mental health issues and to reduce the misunderstandings associated with mental illnesses in our community. The brochures provide clear, easy to understand information on mental illnesses in general , and particular illnesses such as bipolar mood disorder depression anxiety disorders , and eating disorders . They are available free of charge from the Department of Health and Aged Care. Order publications by fax, phone or mail Please note: The mental health information brochures are also provided as Adobe Acrobat pdf files. You will need to install the Adobe Acrobat reader on your computer to view these files. The Adobe Acrobat Reader is available free of charge from Adobe's website. Health Home Mental Health Home Previous Page
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131. Schizophrenia - Mental Health And Growing Up
Mental Health and Growing Up, Second Edition schizophrenia. Factsheet 23, for parents and teachers. What is schizophrenia? schizophrenia
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What is schizophrenia? Schizophrenia is a serious mental disorder which affects thinking, emotions and behaviour. It is the most common form of severe mental illness and affects 1 person in every 100. It is rare before puberty, and is most likely to start between the ages of 15 and 35 years. The illness often lasts for a long time and can be very disabling. It tends to run in families. A child who has an affected parent has a 1 in 10 chance of developing schizophrenia. Viral infections during pregnancy, birth complications, growing up in inner cities and drug misuse also seem to play a part in the development of schizophrenia. The structure and chemistry of the brain may be affected, but there are no simple diagnostic tests for this at present. Families do not cause schizophrenia (as some people used to believe). Evidence from research suggests that stressful events, or difficult relationships in the family, can sometimes trigger an episode of schizophrenia in someone who is already likely to develop it because of genetic and other factors.

132. Taisho, Merck Join On Schizophrenia Test

133., Mental Health Matters
schizophrenia. schizophrenia affects one person in 100. The site is now part of schizophrenia on
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  • 134. THE MERCK MANUAL, Sec. 15, Ch. 193, Schizophrenia And Related Disorders
    Professional level description of the disease and its related manifestations providing detailed explanations of diagnosis, prognosis and treatment.
    This Publication Is Searchable The Merck Manual of Diagnosis and Therapy Section 15. Psychiatric Disorders Chapter 193. Schizophrenia And Related Disorders Topics [General] Schizophrenia Brief Psychotic Disorder Schizophreniform Disorder ... Delusional Disorder
    In terms of personal and economic costs, schizophrenia has been described as among the worst diseases afflicting humankind. Schizophrenia and the related disorders included in this chapterbrief psychotic disorder, schizophreniform disorder, schizoaffective disorder, and delusional disorderare characterized by psychotic symptoms, which may include delusions, hallucinations, disorganized thinking and speech, and bizarre and inappropriate behavior. Typically, these disorders affect patients in late adolescence or early adulthood and are often lifelong. Schizotypal personality disorder may share features with schizophrenia (eg, paranoid ideation, magical thinking, social avoidance, vague and digressed speech), but they are generally not severe enough to meet the criteria for psychosis.

    135. Schizophrenia Information And Treatment
    schizophrenia is a chronic, severe, and disabling brain disease. schizophrenia is found all over the world. schizophrenia Is Not Split Personality .

    136. Virus May Contribute To Some Schizophrenia Cases

    137. Schizophrenia
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    WHAT IS SCHIZOPHRENIA? Schizophrenia As An Illness Making A Diagnosis Can Children Have Schizophrenia? The World of People With Schizophrenia
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    People with schizophrenia may have perceptions of reality that are strikingly different from the reality seen and shared by others around them. Living in a world distorted by hallucinations and delusions, individuals with schizophrenia may feel frightened, anxious, and confused.
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    Schizophrenia Is Not "Split Personality" There is a common notion that schizophrenia is the same as "split personality” – a Dr. Jekyll-Mr. Hyde switch in character. This is not correct.

    138. Health Home - Trustworthy, Physician-Reviewed Information From WebMD
    Informational discussion covering definition, diagnosis, treatment, and care of this mental disease.
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    139. Schizophrenia
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    140. Scientists Identify Schizophrenia Genes

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