This e-Book contains an extensive overview of schizophrenia. It focuses on the biologic, psychological, and social theories of causation and innovations. It contains a detailed discussion about the positive symptoms (including hallucinations and delusions), the negative symptoms (such as loss of motivation and reduced emotional expression), and the disorganized symptoms such as confused speech and thinking). A description of treatments focuses on pharmacologic management and psychosocial innovations. The e-Book concludes with a summary of the treatment outcomes and continuum of care.
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