The initial prodrome of schizophrenia: different duration, different underlying deficits?

@article{SchultzeLutter2007TheIP,
  title={The initial prodrome of schizophrenia: different duration, different underlying deficits?},
  author={Frauke Schultze-Lutter and Stephan Ruhrmann and Carolin Hoyer and Joachim Klosterk{\"o}tter and F. Markus Leweke},
  journal={Comprehensive psychiatry},
  year={2007},
  volume={48 5},
  pages={479-88}
}
In light of various suggestions concerning underlying deficits and transition patterns, approaching the initial schizophrenic prodrome is a multifaceted enterprise. Recently, the prodromal phase has largely been viewed as a singular concept. However, observations of greatly varying prodromal time courses prompted us to investigate whether these differences suggest the existence of diverse prodrome subtypes. Our sample consisted of 160 patients from the Cologne Early Recognition study. The 79… CONTINUE READING

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