Early detection and intervention in schizophrenia: Research. McGlashan, T. K.
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Suggests that more research is needed on the early course of schizophrenia, including defining and describing early course, detecting cases early at onset or in the prodrome, testing whether early detection and treatment enhances treatment response and prognosis, and predicting at-risk cases early in the prodromal phase. Designs to address these questions are presented, and relevant issues are discussed (e.g., study aims and hypothesis, definitions and measures of early phases and caseness, detection and early detection, treatment interventions, dependent and independent variables, and ethical issues). The technical challenges of this research are substantial, but the potential gains for understanding schizophrenia and treatment make the effort compelling.
@article{mcglashan_early_nodate,
	title = {Early detection and intervention in schizophrenia: {Research}.},
	copyright = {(c) 2016 APA, all rights reserved},
	shorttitle = {Early detection and intervention in schizophrenia},
	abstract = {Suggests that more research is needed on the early course of schizophrenia, including defining and describing early course, detecting cases early at onset or in the prodrome, testing whether early detection and treatment enhances treatment response and prognosis, and predicting at-risk cases early in the prodromal phase. Designs to address these questions are presented, and relevant issues are discussed (e.g., study aims and hypothesis, definitions and measures of early phases and caseness, detection and early detection, treatment interventions, dependent and independent variables, and ethical issues). The technical challenges of this research are substantial, but the potential gains for understanding schizophrenia and treatment make the effort compelling.},
	author = {McGlashan, Thomas K.}
}

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