Reimagining psychoses: An agnostic approach to diagnosis

@article{Keshavan2013ReimaginingPA,
  title={Reimagining psychoses: An agnostic approach to diagnosis},
  author={M. Keshavan and B. Clementz and G. Pearlson and J. Sweeney and C. Tamminga},
  journal={Schizophrenia Research},
  year={2013},
  volume={146},
  pages={10-16}
}
OBJECTIVES Current approaches to defining and classifying psychotic disorders are compromised by substantive heterogeneity within, blurred boundaries between, as well as overlaps across the various disorders in outcome, treatment response, emerging evidence regarding pathophysiology and presumed etiology. METHODS We herein review the evolution, current status and the constraints posed by classic symptom-based diagnostic approaches. We compare the continuing constructs that underlie the… Expand
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