Prediction and prevention of the first psychotic episode: new directions and opportunities

@inproceedings{Piras2014PredictionAP,
  title={Prediction and prevention of the first psychotic episode: new directions and opportunities},
  author={Sara Piras and Gianluca Casu and M. A. Casu and Alessandro Orr{\`u} and Stefania Ruiu and Antonio Pilleri and Gabriella Manca and Giorgio Marchese},
  booktitle={Therapeutics and clinical risk management},
  year={2014}
}
In the last few decades, substantial research has focused on the possibility of early detection and prevention of the first psychotic episode in young individuals at risk of developing this mental disturbance; however, unresolved clinical and ethical issues still call for further investigations. New perspectives and opportunities may come from the identification of selective psychopathological and instrumental markers linking the appearance of subtle psychotic symptoms with the clinical outcome… CONTINUE READING
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