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A comparative-developmental approach to schizophrenia

A comparative-developmental approach to schizophrenia A comparative-development theory, in order to encompass schizophrenic processes, must introduce constructs which suggest a parallelism of various aspects of schizophrenia with the developmental patterns of childhood. The functions of emotion, perception, learning, thinking and language, socialization, and motor functions are examined from this viewpoint. By showing the essential similarity of structure between young children and schizophrenics, it is concluded that the approach is helpful in understanding schizophrenics. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Psychological Bulletin PsycARTICLES®

A comparative-developmental approach to schizophrenia

Abstract

A comparative-development theory, in order to encompass schizophrenic processes, must introduce constructs which suggest a parallelism of various aspects of schizophrenia with the developmental patterns of childhood. The functions of emotion, perception, learning, thinking and language, socialization, and motor functions are examined from this viewpoint. By showing the essential similarity of structure between young children and schizophrenics, it is concluded that the approach is helpful in understanding schizophrenics.
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