A neurodevelopmental perspective on some epiphenomena of schizophrenia

@inproceedings{Murray1990ANP,
  title={A neurodevelopmental perspective on some epiphenomena of schizophrenia},
  author={Robin M. Murray and Michael J Owen and Robert Goodman and S. W. L. Lewis},
  year={1990}
}
Although both Kraepelin and Eugene Bleuler believed that schizophrenia was usually a deteriorating disorder, influential voices now question this. For example, Manfred Bleuler[1] estimated that 25% of his cases recovered completely, 50% ran a fluctuating course, while only 10% showed severe and permanent impairment. Several other follow-up studies have shown a more benign outcome than the traditional view would have predicted[2–4]. This has lead Zubin[5] to dispute the existence of any… CONTINUE READING