Fabienne Wartelsteiner

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PURPOSE OF REVIEW The concept of resilience is expected to be relevant in understanding the heterogeneous outcomes associated with schizophrenia. We reviewed recent developments in clinical studies focusing on the biological and psychological aspects of resilience in this population. We aimed to clarify current concepts of resilience in the field, elucidate(More)
Previous studies on the relationship between plasma levels of new-generation antipsychotics (NGAs) and clinical response did not account for inter- and intra-individual variability in drug levels. Therefore, the present study calculated the ratio of observed versus expected NGA plasma levels and investigated its relationship with changes in the Positive and(More)
OBJECTIVE The concept of resilience is relevant in understanding the heterogeneous outcomes noted in schizophrenia and bipolar disorder. However, clinical and biological correlates of resilience in these populations have rarely been investigated. We aimed to identify key correlates of subjective resilience in such patients using comprehensive assessments(More)
Resilience is becoming an important topic in people with schizophrenia since there is evidence that it increases the probability for long-term recovery. The current study investigated transcultural differences in resilience across schizophrenia patients from two different geographical regions, Austria and Japan. Another objective was to examine(More)
BACKGROUND Nonadherence to medication is still a major problem in the treatment of schizophrenia. The current longitudinal study investigated whether the patients' attitudes toward treatment correlated with the ratio of observed vs expected plasma levels of antipsychotic drugs as an objective measurement of adherence. METHODS Data of patients starting(More)
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