Dementia praecox to schizophrenia: The first 100 years

@article{Adityanjee1999DementiaPT,
  title={Dementia praecox to schizophrenia: The first 100 years},
  author={Adityanjee and Yekeen A. Aderibigbe and Dimitrios Theodoridis and W. Victor R. Vieweg},
  journal={Psychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences},
  year={1999},
  volume={53}
}
The historical roots of dementia praecox and schizophrenia are described in the context of current nosology and continuing controversies surrounding this nosology. Relevant books and journal articles were reviewed. The information was obtained through computer searches and cross‐references from previously published papers. If English translations of foreign language articles were available, they were used; if not, the cross‐references were consulted. The psychoses have existed as diagnostic… Expand
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