The concept of schizophrenia and phase-specific treatment: cognitive-behavioral treatment in pre-psychosis and in nonresponders.

Abstract

The development of psychosis is often described as a process that goes through different linear stages such as a premorbid and a prodromal phase, with the onset of psychosis as the end state. In this article we elaborate a hierarchical model in which psychosis is understood at different levels of abstraction: we differentiate an etiological, a descriptive… (More)

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