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BACKGROUND: Men and women with schizophrenia suffer not only from their illness but also from the side effects of their medications. OBJECTIVE: To review the toll of antipsychotic side effects specifically on women. STUDY DESIGN: A review of the literature in the PubMed database since 1990 using...
The high rates of tobacco use among individuals with schizophrenia are well documented, but there has been less attention paid to identifying what are the special needs for this population. In fact, there have even been suggestions from early work that standard interventions and approaches might...
Emerging evidence from longitudinal studies has suggested that many with schizophrenia can meaningfully recover over time. Recovery, though, is not a uniform process but varies from person to person and can involve a range of different experiences including the attainment of psychosocial...
BACKGROUND: Researchers have identified the reestablishment of self-identity as a key part of recovery in individuals with schizophrenia. Previous studies have increased scholars’ understanding about how and when identity changes occur in those with schizophrenia; less is understood about the...
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