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#1
Eric FAKRA
Eric FAKRA
Hospital University Center of Saint-Etienne, Université Lyon 1, Université de St Etienne, IFSTTAR, UMRESTTE, UMR_T9405, 42005 Saint-Etienne, France.
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Childhood Trauma | Early Maladaptive | Cognitive Remediation | Sheltered Employment
#2
Rochelle Caplan
Rochelle Caplan
UCLA Department of Psychiatry, Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences, UCLA, Semel Institute, Rm. 48-253B, 760 Westwood Plaza, Los Angeles, CA 90095-1759, United States
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Thought Disorder | Pediatric Epilepsy | Ilae Task Force | Schizophrenic Children

#3
William Goldfarb
William Goldfarb
Henry Ittleson Center for Child Research, Riverdale, New York, USA
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Schizophrenic Children | Childhood Schizophrenia | Early Institutional | Adolescent Personality
#4
EDWARD G. COLBERT
EDWARD G. COLBERT
Neuropsychiatric Institute, UCLA Medical Center, Los Angeles 24, Calif
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Childhood Schizophrenia | Biochemical Test | Schizophrenic Children | Vestibular Dysfunction
#5
Ronald R. Koegler
Ronald R. Koegler
University of California at Los Angeles Medical School Department of Psychiatry, Neuropsychiatric Institute, University of California at Los Angeles Center for Health ...
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Childhood Schizophrenia | Concept Formation | Perceptual Training | Field Independence
#6
Rudolf Ekstein
Rudolf Ekstein
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Childhood Schizophrenia | Allied Conditions | Psychotherapeutic Process | Differential Diagnosis
#7
Seymour W. Friedman
Seymour W. Friedman
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Childhood Schizophrenia | Allied Conditions | Psychotherapeutic Process | Differential Diagnosis
#8
Keith Bryant
Keith Bryant
Project Engineer, Northern California, Hayward Baker, Inc., 2322 Bates Avenue, Concord, CA 94520. E-mail:, kebryant@haywardbaker.com
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Childhood Schizophrenia | Hbm-Enabled Gpu | Data-Intensive Applications | Optical Televiewer
#9
Rema Lapouse
Rema Lapouse
Associate Professor of Preventive Medicine, New York Medical College, New York, N. Y.
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Childhood Schizophrenia | Fetal Loss | Behavior Disorders | Psychiatric Disorder
#10
Mary A. Monk
Mary A. Monk
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Childhood Schizophrenia | Fetal Loss | Behavior Characteristics | Representative Sample
#11
MILTON TERRIS
MILTON TERRIS
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Childhood Schizophrenia | Fetal Loss | Etiologic Hypotheses | Reproductive Casualty
#12
M Sakaguchi
M Sakaguchi
Division of Hematology/Oncology, Robert Mapplethorpe Laboratory for AIDS Research, New England Deaconess Hospital, Boston, MA 02215.
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Biliary Atresia | Cancer Survival | Childhood Schizophrenia | Mast Cells
#13
Charles R. Shaw
Charles R. Shaw
Biological Research Laboratory, Hawthorn Center, Northville, Mich.
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Tumor Blush | Childhood Schizophrenia | Deer Mouse | Stent Graft
#14
Yong-Hua Cui
Yong-Hua Cui
Department of Psychiatry, Beijing Children’s Hospital, Capital Medical University, National Center for Children’s Health, 56 Nanlishi Road, Beijing, 100101 China
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Tic Disorders | Tourette Syndrome | Premonitory Urges | Mental Problems
#15
Wenqi Ling
Wenqi Ling
Department of Pediatrics, Anding Hospital, Capital Medical University, Beijing 100088, China
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Childhood Schizophrenia | Event-Related Potentials | Early Recognition | Molecular Biology
#16
Shuji Honjo
Shuji Honjo
Department of Child Psychiatry, Center for Developmental Clinical Psychology and Psychiatry, Nagoya, Japan.
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Anorexia Nervosa | Childhood Schizophrenia | Birthweight Infants | Covariance Structure
#17
Edward R. Ritvo
Edward R. Ritvo
Dr. Ritvo is a Professor at the Division of Mental Retardation and Child Psychiatry, UCLA Medical School, Neuropsychiatric Institute, UCLA Center for the Health Sciences
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Autistic Children | Rem Sleep | Evoked Response | Epidemiologic Survey

 

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The Mediating Role Of Dissociative Symptoms And Early Maladaptive Schemas In The...

[ CLINICAL_TRIAL ] ... in childhood and having schizophrenia, and more specifically to experience acoustic-verbal hallucinations (AVH). A second generation of research is currently examining the cognitive and ...
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Childhood Trauma | Early Maladaptive | Dissociative Symptoms | Mediating Role

Childhood Trauma, Depression And Negative Symptoms Are Independently Associated...

[ PUBLICATION ] ... However, childhood trauma may influence both QoL and depression in SZ patients, with consequences for the management of impaired QoL in SZ patients. The aim of the present study was to ...
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Childhood Trauma | Impaired Qol | Schizophrenia Depression | Psychotic Symptoms

Genetic Liability For Schizophrenia And Childhood Psychopathology In The General...

[ PUBLICATION ] ... during childhood, nor if they are specific across different forms of psychopathology. Methods Using genotype and questionnaire data on children (N = 15,105) from the Norwegian Mother, ...
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Childhood Psychopathology | Genetic Liability | Schizophrenia Polygenic Scores | Elevated Symptoms

Advances Of Event-Related Potentials In The Early Recognition Of Childhood Schizophrenia

[ PUBLICATION ] ... of childhood schizophrenia is more difficult, and the prognosis is even worse, so the early identification and timely intervention has great significance. Event-related potentials (ERPs) ...
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Childhood Schizophrenia | Event-Related Potentials | Early Recognition | Brain Imaging

Childhood Schizophrenia And Allied Conditions.

[ PUBLICATION ] ... constituting childhood schizophrenia has great significance for the development of child psychiatry, when this trend is contrasted with the limited, often nihilistic views about psychosis, ...
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Childhood Schizophrenia | Allied Conditions | Differential Diagnosis | Major Trend

Proton Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy And Thought Disorder In Childhood Schizophrenia

[ PUBLICATION ] ... and childhood schizophrenia, no prior studies have investigated the relationship between neurometabolites and thought disorder. This study examined this association in language-related ...
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Thought Disorder | Childhood Schizophrenia | Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy | Language-Related Brain Regions

The Relation Of Prematurity And Previous Fetal Loss To Childhood Schizophrenia

[ PUBLICATION ] ... of childhood schizophrenia with prematurity. There was, however, a definite association with a history of previous fetal loss. The relation of these findings to various etiologic ...
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Childhood Schizophrenia | Fetal Loss | Nonmechanical Injury | Reproductive Casualty

Looking For Childhood Schizophrenia: Case Series Of False Positives

[ PUBLICATION ] ... of childhood-onset schizophrenia indicates a high rate of false positives. Most mislabeled patients have chronic disabling, affective, or behavioral disorders. The authors report the cases ...
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False Positives | Childhood Schizophrenia | Fitting Diagnoses | Extensive Experience

Whirling As A Clinical Test In Childhood Schizophrenia

[ PUBLICATION ] ... particularly childhood schizophrenia. In an attempt to evaluate this test, over 700 normal and schizophrenic children were tested. The incidence of whirling in both groups was found to be ...
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Childhood Schizophrenia | Postural Test | Psychiatric Diagnosis | 700 Normal Schizophrenic Children

Toe Walking In Childhood Schizophrenia

[ PUBLICATION ] ... in childhood schizophrenia was emphasized and three cases were described illustrating the medical profession's unfamiliarity with this phenomenon.2.In these toe walking schizophrenic ...
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Childhood Schizophrenia | Toe Walking | Vestibular Pathways | Schizophrenic Children