The Dutch Famine and schizophrenia spectrum disorders


In the Dutch Hunger Winter at the end of World War II a combination of circumstances created the conditions of a natural experiment. Unlike other famines, the Dutch famine struck at a precisely circumscribed time and place, and in a society able to document the timing and severity of the nutritional deprivation as well as the effects on fertility and health… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s001270050068


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