S Germain-Robin

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The aim of this study was to test that deficit (D) schizophrenic patients as defined by Carpenter et al had a higher prevalence of family history of schizophrenia but less obstetric complications than non-deficit (ND) patients. A lower rate of obstetric complications but an excess of schizophrenic and a higher rate of alcoholism family antecedents in 18 D(More)
According to the neurodevelopmental hypothesis, antenatal aggressions (hypoxia and seasonal viral infections) could increase the risk of schizophrenia in adulthood as shown by an excess of obstetric complications and births in winter--spring in schizophrenic patients. As schizoid and schizotypal personality disorders are genetically linked to schizophrenia,(More)
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