The Origins of Schizophrenia synthesizes key findings
on a devastating mental disorder that has been increasingly studied
over the past decade. Advances in epidemiology, translational
neuroscience technology, and molecular and statistical genetics
have recast schizophrenia's neurobiological nature, identifying new
putative environmental risk factors and candidate susceptibility
genes. Providing the latest clinical and neuroscience research
developments in a comprehensive volume, this collection by
world-renowned investigators answers a pressing need for balanced,
thorough information, while pointing to future directions in
research and interdisciplinary collaboration.
The book, featuring a foreword by Robert Freedman, M.D.,
thoroughly examines these topics from the vantage points of
epidemiologic, clinical, and basic neuroscience approaches, making
it an essential resource for researchers in psychiatry, psychology,
and neuroscience and for clinical mental health professionals.
Subjects: Psychology, Health Sciences
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