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Recent research has shown a resurgence of interest in the study of gender differences in schizophrenia. Accumulated evidence suggests that, compared with women, men have a higher incidence of schizophrenia, earlier age of onset, poorer course and medication response, poorer premorbid social and...
This article is intended to familiarize the general practitioner with the important concepts in the practice of psychoanalysis. It provides an overview of the development of the field of psychoanalysis, considering it as a theory of personality, as an explanation of psychopathology, and as a...
This article introduces The Family Health Project, a multidisciplinary longitudinal investigation of children and their HIV-infected mothers and a comparison sample from the same inner-city environment. The background literature, purpose of the Project, advantages and challenges of...
In this article we summarize our current understanding of depression in older (14–18 years old) adolescents based on our program of research (the Oregon Adolescent Depression Project). Specifically, we address the following factors regarding adolescent depression: (a) phenomenology (e.g.,...
The limitations of biochemical treatments in reducing the severity of hallucinations and delusions has led to an increased interest in the investigation of psychological treatments for these symptoms. These investigations have spanned the last 4 decades and have covered a range of psychological...
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