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Schizophrenia
- A general label for a number of psychotic disorders with various cognitive, emotional and  behavioral manifestations.. The Schizophrenias are classified as; Undifferentiated, Catatonic,  Disorganised and Paranoid.
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  PsychNet-UK Schizophrenia Information Sheet - Description, Causation, Treatment, Associated Features, Differential Diagnosis etc.
  Aripiprazole - Emerging as next great hope for Schizophrenia.- An Article. 3/5
  Characterizing Auditory Hallucinations - An Aid in the Differential Diagnosis of Malingering. Julie A. Holland, M.D. and Kevin C. Riley, PhD. 3/5
Clinical Trials: Schizophrenia and Schizoaffective Disorders  3/5
Clinical Trials Suggest Olanzapine May Treat Symptoms of Schizophrenia - A full list of current research projects being undertaken in the US.  4/5
Cognitive Therapy with Schizophrenia. - Cognitive psychotherapy, often incorporating behavioral therapy techniques, has been found to be more effective than other types of psychotherapy in treating several specific types of psychological problems, including depression and panic attacks. 3/5
Early Detection and Intervention for Initial Episodes of Schizophrenia - From Internet Mental Health.  4/5
Eclactic View of Schizophrenia - The inheritance of schizophrenia is now a well-established fact. This section focuses on the theories on the inheritance of schizophrenia and their evidences. The following figure shows the outline of this section. 3/5
EEG differences in monozygotic twins discordant and concordant for schizophrenia - Stassen H.H., Hell D. and Torrey E.F. (SNF 32-39195.93) . An Article. 3/5
Genetics of Schizophrenia and Affective Disorder- Shashjit Lal Varma, MBBS, MD, PhD, Consultant Psychiatrist, Grampians Psychiatric Services, Ballarat Base Hospital, PO Box - 577, Ballarat 3353, Victoria, Australia. An Article 3/5
  Hearing Voices Mailing List - This group is for people who hear, or who have heard voices. We can share support, strategies for living with voices, and other ideas. Not Rated
Huxley Institute - Dealing in the area of schizophrenia, help, advice and links.  3/5
  Methods to Help Control Hallucinations 3/5
Myschizophrenia.com - This site is dedicated to helping people recover from the disease of Schizophrenia. We focus on non drug treatments for the disease, especially a kind of therapy called cognitive therapy, but we strongly recommend that suffers continue to take their medication. Most of the advice on these pages works best with the medication and may not work at all without it. 88 Tips and counting so far! 3/5
National Alliance for Research on Schizophrenia and Depression - NARSAD was founded in 1986 by the National Alliance for the Mentally Ill, the National Mental Health Association, the National Depressive and Manic Depressive Association and the Schizophrenia Foundation (now disbanded). 4/5
National Schizophrenia Fellowship - UK - Here you will find a wealth of useful information about mental health, from the medical background to conditions.  4/5
  Rapid Cycling Annotations - Management of Persons with Psychosis. Rapid Cycling Annotations,  View Flow Charts etc.  3/5 
  Schizophrenia.com - Information for patients, professionals, families, and students as well as online support groups. 3/5
  Visual Hallucinations - Complex Visual Hallucinations and Macular Degeneration. by Erik A. Steen.  An Article.  3/5
Visual Hallucinations - Another Argument for Brain Equals Behavior. Jennifer Cohen. An Article.  3/5
 
Recommended Books:
Coping with Schizophrenia:
Schizophrenia
Your Guide to Schizophrenia (Royal Society of Medicine)
Coping with Schizophrenia: A Guide for Patients, Families
and Caregivers (Paperback) by Steven Jones (Author),
Peter Hayward (Author)

Living with Schizophrenia (Paperback) by Neel Burton (Author),
Phil Davison (Author)
Your Guide to Schizophrenia (Royal Society of Medicine)
(Paperback) by Adrianne Reveley (Author)

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