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  1. Surviving Schizophrenia: A Manual for Families, Patients, and Providers by E. Fuller Torrey, 2006-04-01
  2. The Complete Family Guide to Schizophrenia: Helping Your Loved One Get the Most Out of Life by Kim T. Mueser PhD, Susan Gingerich MSW, 2006-05-26
  3. Natural Healing for Schizophrenia And Other Common Mental Disorders by Eva Edelman, 2009-03-03
  4. Schizophrenia For Dummies by Jerome Levine, Irene S. Levine, 2008-10-27
  5. Social Skills Training for Schizophrenia, Second Edition: A Step-by-Step Guide (TREATMENT MANUALS FOR PRACTITIONERS) by Alan S. Bellack PhD, Kim T. Mueser PhD, et all 2004-04-07
  6. Schizophrenia: Cognitive Theory, Research, and Therapy by Aaron T. Beck, Neil A. Rector, et all 2008-10-29
  7. Anti-Oedipus: Capitalism and Schizophrenia (Penguin Classics) by Gilles Deleuze, Felix Guattari, 2009-05-26
  8. Cognitive Therapy of Schizophrenia (Guides to Individualized Evidence-Based Treatment) by David G. Kingdon MD, Douglas Turkington MD, 2008-02-11
  9. Diagnosis: Schizophrenia by Rachel Miller, Susan E. Mason, 2002-10-15
  10. Me, Myself, and Them: A Firsthand Account of One Young Person's Experience with Schizophrenia (Adolescent Mental Health Initiative) by Kurt Snyder, Raquel E. Gur M.D., et all 2007-10-29
  11. Schizophrenia Revealed: From Neurons to Social Interactions by Michael Foster Green, 2003-05-15
  12. Divided Minds: Twin Sisters and Their Journey Through Schizophrenia by Carolyn Spiro, Pamela Spiro Wagner, 2006-08-08
  13. Getting Your Life Back Together When You Have Schizophrenia by Roberta Temes, 2002-01-10
  14. Recovered, Not Cured: A Journey Through Schizophrenia by Richard McLean, 2005-05-01

161. CMHA - ACSM - Info Centre
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At first glance, schizophrenia may seem like a great puzzle. Its causes are still uncertain; its symptoms, variable. Striking most often in the 16 to 30 year age group, affecting an estimated one person in a hundred, it is youth's greatest disabler. But if it is a puzzle, it's one that is slowly being solved. New pieces are continually falling into place. Consider what we have learned about its symptoms. SYMPTOMS OF SCHIZOPHRENIA Schizophrenia often starts slowly. When the symptoms first appear, usually in adolescence or early adulthood, they may seem more bewildering than serious. In the early stages, people with schizophrenia may find themselves losing the ability to relax, concentrate or sleep. They may start to shut long-time friends out of their lives. Work or school begins to suffer; so does their personal appearance. During this time, there may be one or more episodes where they talk in ways that may be difficult to understand and/or start having unusual perceptions.

162. Cunningham Dax Collection Of Psychiatric Art
Examples of clinical psychiatric art works in neuroses, depression, mania, schizophrenia, and head injury. Also links to related sites.

163. BUBL LINK: Schizophrenia
Subjects schizophrenia DeweyClass 616.898 Resource type articles; schizophreniaReview A review of schizophrenia by a consultant psychiatrist,
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    Articles on Mental Health
    Collection of articles about mental health, including prevention and treatment of mental health. problems. Topics include addiction, antisocial behaviour, anxiety, depression, eating disorders, schizophrenia, sleep, therapy, multiple personality disorder, trauma, violence and work.
    Author: Menninger Clinic
    Subjects: addiction, anxiety disorders, applied psychology, depression, eating disorders, mental health news, psychotherapy, schizophrenia, sleep, stress
    Resource type: articles in Psychiatry
    Resource dedicated to schizophrenia and other psychoses. Part of an educational effort under the Futurum umbrella.
    Author: Janssen-Cilag
    Subjects: mental illness, schizophrenia
    Resource type: documents
    Human Neurological Diseases
    Extensive searchable and browsable index of neurological diseases.

    164. Diagnosis - Mental Health Problems
    Information about mental disorders including schizophrenia, Eating Disorders,OCD, Personality Disorders, Depression, Bipolar Disorder, ADHD,
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    Diagnosis - Mental Disorders
    Information about different mental disorders. Diagnosis is not always exact, and some of these disorders overlap. Most of the content is in the "More Categories" folders in the right-hand column.
    Recent Mental Disorders Common Throughout the World The World Health Organization has found mental disorders to be common throughout the world. Reallocating treatment resources could provide needed treatment in developed and developing countries. Offending by Psychiatric Patients Is Rare Released psychiatric patients are not likely to commit criminal acts after discharge, according to a UK study. Depression Information from NIMH Comprehensive information on depression from the National Institute of Mental Health.

    165. Mental Health, Addiction, Counseling - Contact Pioneer Behavioral Health
    Conducting clinical psychopharmacology research studies and clinical trials for central nervous system drug testing, specializing in bipolar disorders and schizophreniain southeastern Michigan.
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    166. Dr. Koop - Schizophrenia
    schizophrenia is a serious brain disorder. It is a disease that makes it difficult There are 5 recognized types of schizophrenia catatonic, paranoid,
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    Definition: Schizophrenia is a serious brain disorder. It is a disease that makes it difficult for a person to tell the difference between real and unreal experiences, to think logically, to have normal emotional responses to others, and to behave normally in social situations.
    Causes, incidence, and risk factors: Schizophrenia is a complex and puzzling illness. Even the experts in the field are not exactly sure what causes it. Some doctors think that the brain may not be able to process information correctly. Genetic factors appear to play a role, as people who have family members with schizophrenia may be more likely to get the disease themselves. Some researchers believe that events in a person's environment may trigger schizophrenia. For example, problems during intrauterine development (infection) and birth may increase the risk for developing schizophrenia later in life. Psychological and social factors may also play some role in its development. However, the level of social and familial support appears to influence the course of illness and may be protective against relapse.

    167. The Prefrontal Cortex And Schizophrenia
    Revealing how antischizophrenia drugs work and how they may be improved. Eventually, MRI may help diagnose schizophrenia in humans.
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    Full size image available below The Prefrontal Cortex and Schizophrenia Human brain scans and animal studies have linked working memory, a critical function that goes awry in schizophrenia, to a brain region called the prefrontal cortex. Scientists have now identified structural abnormalities in this region that may contribute to the loss of brain function seen in schizophrenia. These findings may lead to new ways of treating or preventing this devastating disease. For years, the severe disturbances in thinking, social behavior and emotion associated with schizophrenia, which affects two million Americans, were attributed to some personality flaw or demon. Many felt the disease could not be treated.
    That's changed in recent decades as scientists have begun to learn what goes wrong in the brains of schizophrenic patients. Through brain scans and animal studies, researchers are:
    • Identifying specific brain areas, including the prefrontal cortex, that go awry in schizophrenia.
    • Uncovering factors that may contribute to development of the disease.

    168. Public Health Agency Of Canada - Mental Health - Schizophrenia: A Handbook For F
    schizophrenia A Handbook For Families. Published by Health Canada in Cooperationwith the schizophrenia Society of Canada
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    169. UCLA Center For Research On Treatment & Rehabilitation Of Psychosis
    Provides research services and consultation to investigators pursuing studies of severe mental illnesses, including schizophrenia.
    The Center has operated continuously since 1977 with funding from the National Institute of Mental Health. The Center's faculty are a cohesive, multidisciplinary team who have worked together for more than two decades on the problem and unanswered questions posed by schizophrenia understanding its root causes and the determinants of its subsequent course and outcome, developing and evaluating improved methods of treatment and rehabilitation. The IRC, now entering its 23 rd year, is made up of core research Units that provide infrastructure support to a large number of extramurally funded research projects, generate new interdisciplinary research on interventions for psychosis, develop new interventions, assessments and research tools, and provide assistance and consultation to a national and international network of colleagues. New research initiatives are stimulated by an IRC program of seed money support for pilot studies, and by ongoing multidisciplinary Theme Teams, small working groups organized around significant research topics. The primary mission of our Intervention Research Center is to contribute to the goals of recovery from and prevention of psychosis and other disabling mental disorders. Even though the underlying etiology of serious mental disorders is not known, we can set ourselves the task of learning more about the interventions, risk and protective factors, and markers of vulnerability to schizophrenia and related disorders that will gradually make a difference in recovery from these disorders and eventually make prevention possible.

    170. Schizophrenia In Psychotic Disorders At ALLPSYCH Online
    schizophrenia, Psychotic disorders, symptoms and treatment.
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    171. - The One Stop Information Resource In Clinical Neurology
    Information resource on Clinical Neurology. Covering areas such as alzheimers, epilepsy, migraine, motor neurone, multiple sclerosis, pain, parkinsons, schizophrenia, and stroke.
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    172. The Mental Illness Education Project, Inc. Home Page
    A production company that markets videos depicting or describing various mental illnesses including schizophrenia.
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    173. Discovery Health :: Schizophrenia Guide
    Find out what you need to know about the symptoms, causes and treatments ofschizophrenia.
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    Schizophrenia Guide By Grace Tsai, Ph. D. This is a time of hope for people with schizophrenia and their families. Research is gradually leading to new and safer medications and unraveling the complex causes of the disease. Scientists are using many approaches from the study of molecular genetics to the study of populations to learn about schizophrenia. Methods of imaging the brain's structure and function hold the promise of new insights into the disorder. Click on the links below to learn more about schizophrenia:
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    174. NAMI | About Medication
    Fact sheet about this schizophrenia medication, from NAMI. Covers benefits, side effects, risks, and other topics.

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    Brand and Generic Names: Novartis manufactures and markets clozapine under the brand name Clozaril . Generic forms of clozapine are marketed by Zenith Goldline and Mylan Pharmaceuticals. Clozaril /Clozapine tablets 25 mg Generic name = clozapine
    What is the most important information I should know about Clozaril?
    Do not stop taking clozaril or change your dose without first talking with your health care provider. Clozapine may reduce the incidence of alcohol and drug use - possibly
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    What is Clozaril?
    Clozaril is an atypical antipsychotic medication for patients with treatment-resistant schizophrenia. Approved by the FDA for general use in the U.S. in 1990, the medication is used for patients with schizophrenia and other mental disorders who have not responded well to standard antipsychotic medications or who have had intolerable side effects to them. In December 2002, clozaril was also approved for reducing the risk of recurring suicidal behavior in people with schizophrenia and schizoaffective disorder. Clozaril is also being studied for the treatment of bipolar disorder that has not responded to other treatments. In schizophrenia, clozaril is useful for treating positive symptoms such as hallucinations, delusions, bizarre behavior and hostility. It also treats the negative symptoms-withdrawal, blunted emotions, lack of motivation, and inability to experience pleasure or enjoyment. Negative symptoms seem to respond better to clozaril than to the traditional antipsychotics.

    175. - Schizophrenia Resource Tool
    A schizophrenia resource tool for the media, clinicians and health professionals. It features audiopresentations of symposia from major international psychiatry conferences as well as abstracts, press releases and fact sheets. Sponsored by the makers of Seroquel, AstraZeneca. - Schizophrenia Resource Tool - Mental health. Featuring audiopresentations of symposia from major international psychiatry conferences as well as abstracts, press releases and fact sheets. The site will be expanded to include future presentations from the international psychiatry calendar and other useful information. Sponsored by an educational grant from AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals This site has moved to

    Manufacturer's site providing consumer and professional information on quetiapine fumarate, used for schizophrenia treatment.
    Welcome to the Web site. Schizophrenia and bipolar disorder are two different mental disorders that affect millions of people in the United States. The navigation buttons above will enable you to find information about these illnesses, as well as information about the medication SEROQUEL. SEROQUEL is a psychotropic medication shown to be effective in the treatment of many symptoms of schizophrenia, as well as in the treatment of acute mania associated with bipolar I disorder. Thank you for your interest. Please note that the information provided on this Web site is for educational and informational purposes only. It should not be used as a substitute for seeking professional care for the proper diagnosis and treatment of any psychiatric/medical disorder.
    Important Safety Information SEROQUEL is indicated for the treatment of acute manic episodes associated with bipolar I disorder and the treatment of schizophrenia. Elderly patients with dementia-related psychosis treated with atypical antipsychotic drugs are at an increased risk of death compared with placebo. SEROQUEL is not approved for the treatment of patients with dementia-related psychosis. Side effects can occur with all medications. A rare, but serious, side effect that has been reported with this kind of medicine, including SEROQUEL, is known as NMS or neuroleptic malignant syndrome. NMS is characterized by muscle rigidity and fever. Other serious side effects, which have been reported, include tardive dyskinesia (uncontrollable movements).

    177. Clozapine Registry: Home Page
    Clozapine is indicated for the treatment of severe schizophrenia in patients who fail standard therapy. This program is the national generic clozapine registry for monitoring patients who are receiving ZGP clozapine.
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    Take a tour of the Clozapine Patient Registry and its new features. Start Tour. Follow these step-by-step instructions to learn how to use the features of the Patient Registry. Practice using the Registry by entering information with the Registry Demo. Registration is required to dispense clozapine. Secure a user id and a password by submitting required information. What is Clozapine Letter to Health Care Provider outlining new monitoring guidelines for patients on Clozapine. Click Here Obtain general information about clozapine and how it can help. Learn more Package Insert
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    178. David A. Krebes' Personal Home Page
    Includes a thesis work on knot theory and information on schizophrenia.
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    // text for first two pictures I have devoted much of my life to the study of knots . In my Ph.D. thesis (math), I show that a seamless unknotted loop (circle) of rope cannot be twisted, contorted or deformed in such a way as to intersect the interior of a sphere in the pair of arcs shown in the first picture (this is commonly known as a square knot). Equivalently: If a curve intersects the interior of a sphere in a square knot then it is genuinely knotted (ie. unalterably different from a circle). For example in the second picture the loop (follow it around it is indeed a single loop) is knotted: A long rubber band cannot be manipulated into this shape without breaking it and gluing the ends back together. We call this a "topological" property of the square knot because it is a geometric property that is independent of lengths, angles, or rate of curvature (The size of the circle doesn't matter. In fact even an ellipse or a heart shape would do). The mathematical field of "algebraic topology", one of the great scientific achievements of the twentieth century, expresses many such properties in terms of boundaries As another exercise, try showing that if you replace each of the two strands of the square knot with two strands that run side-by-side like a pair of railroad tracks through the sphere, for four strands in total, then the situation is opposite to that described above: There is indeed such a disc, or a way to "tie" ("wrap" might be a better word; there are no free ends to tie with) the circle.

    179. Veritas Medicine - Schizophrenia
    Clinical trial listings and indepth treatment information about schizophrenia. Perform a personalized search to find ongoing clinical trials that match your needs.
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