Premorbid adjustment, onset types, and prognostic scaling: still informative?

@article{McGlashan2008PremorbidAO,
  title={Premorbid adjustment, onset types, and prognostic scaling: still informative?},
  author={Thomas H. McGlashan},
  journal={Schizophrenia bulletin},
  year={2008},
  volume={34 5},
  pages={801-5}
}
Efforts emerged to describe, quantify, and predict prognosis once it became clear that the outcomes of Kraepelinian dementia praecox could vary. The concepts and scales that have evolved focus on types of premorbid adjustment and illness onset. Enduring highlights of this literature will be described, and its current and future utility will be discussed. 

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