Clinical detection of schizophrenia-prone individuals: critical appraisal.

  title={Clinical detection of schizophrenia-prone individuals: critical appraisal.},
  author={Josef Parnas},
  journal={The British journal of psychiatry. Supplement},
  • Josef Parnas
  • Published 2005 in The British journal of psychiatry. Supplement
Issues that undermine the early detection of schizophrenia include an inadequate grasp of the construct validity of the concept of schizophrenia, insufficient conceptualisation of psychosis and of the illness onset, and a general lack of a theoretical framework for psychopathology. Subjective experience is emphasised as a potentially promising domain for future research. 

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