Fabien Tremeau

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OBJECTIVE Although a family history of schizophrenia has been associated with negative symptoms, family history is inconsistently related to the presence of the deficit syndrome. METHOD The authors assessed family history and the deficit syndrome in 99 patients with DSM-III-R-diagnosed schizophrenia who were assessed during clinical treatment. Of these 99(More)
OBJECTIVE A large body of evidence suggests that several aspects of face processing are impaired in autism and that this impairment might be hereditary. This study was aimed at assessing facial emotion recognition in parents of children with autism and its associations with a functional polymorphism of the serotonin transporter (5HTTLPR). METHOD We(More)
OBJECTIVE To assess the safety, efficacy, and tolerability of switching from a multiple dose preparation of divalproex sodium delayed release (DR) to once-daily dosing with divalproex sodium extended release (ER) in patients with schizophrenia already receiving the standard DR formulation. METHOD Thirty subjects with schizophrenia were switched from(More)
The purpose of this study was to investigate differences in outcome following treatment with two different antidepressants in depressed patients according to their pretreatment hormonal response to clonidine. In all, 62 drug-free DSM-IV recurrent major depressed patients and 20 normal controls were studied. Patients were subsequently treated for 4 weeks(More)
Individuals form first impressions of others all the time, which affects their social functioning. Typical adults form threat impressions in faces with neutral expressions quickly, requiring less than 40 ms. These impressions appear to be mediated by low spatial frequency (LSF) content in the images. Little is known, however, about mechanisms of first(More)
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