Wulf Roessler

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Perceived stigmatization of mentally ill people impairs their social relations and well-being. While perceived stigmatization theoretically and empirically has been accounted for as an independent and unalterable factor, this longitudinal study focuses on reciprocal effects between stigmatization and social ties. The duration of mental illness is included(More)
Over the past years a growing research effort has investigated the relation between cannabis use and schizophrenia at a neurobiological, epidemiological and clinical level. A number of systematic reviews and meta analyses have summarized the available evidence in the field. Conversely the patient's perception of the link between cannabis use and psychosis(More)
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