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A predetermined set of 22 sociodemographic, psychosocial, clinical, neurocognitive and biochemical potential predictor variables was tested in 98 schizophrenic patients admitted for relapse. The patients were treated with neuroleptics, mostly with haloperidol, for 28 d. Ten of the 22 variables correlated significantly with the neuroleptic response. Using(More)
The differences in the psychopathologic status of 26 complaint and 32 noncomplaint schizophrenic patients were evaluated on the basis of rating scales used at discharge. Noncomplaint patients had significantly higher scores for grandiosity, lack of feeling of illness and insight into it. Their score for global psychopathological state and disturbance in(More)
The relationship between neurological and cognitive features and the outcome of a 28-day neuroleptic treatment were studied in 98 chronic schizophrenic patients admitted for relapse. Handedness, neurological soft signs, and the cognitive rating on the Mini Mental State assessed in a stable state did not correlate with the neuroleptic response. The findings(More)
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