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Review
. Jan-Feb 1988;1(1):3-18.
doi: 10.1016/0920-9964(88)90034-5.

Schizophrenia, Just the Facts. What Do We Know, How Well Do We Know It?

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Schizophrenia, Just the Facts. What Do We Know, How Well Do We Know It?

R J Wyatt et al. Schizophr Res. .

Abstract

The basic facts of schizophrenia are subjectively reviewed in terms of their reproducibility and significance for understanding the disorder. Some of the facts that are either less well known or of greater importance for future investigation are discussed in more detail. The purpose of establishing what we know about schizophrenia is to develop firm ground for generating hypotheses. One attempt to synthesize these facts is outlined.

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