Table of contents for The early course of schizophrenia / edited by Tonmoy Sharma and Philip D. Harvey.


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Section I: Schizophrenia in the pre-morbid period


1. Prenatal events that influence schizophrenia, Ezra Susser & Mark G Opler


2. Interactions of genetic predispositions and intrauterine events, Tyrone D Cannon & Lauren M Ellman


3. Cognitive functioning before or at the onset of first episode, Michael Davidson & Abraham Reichenburg


Section II: Schizophrenia at the Time of the First Episode


4. Early onset schizophrenia: cognitive and clinical characteristics, Sophia Frangou


5. Brain imaging studies in childhood onset schizophrenia, Nitin Gogtay & Judith Rapoport


6. Neurocognitive deficits and first-episode schizophrenia:characterization and course, Irene M Bratti & Robert M Bilder


7. Adult onset schizophrenia: structural and functional brain abnormalities, Tonmoy Sharma & Veena Kumari


8. Diagnostic variability in the early course of schizophrenia, Evelyn J Bromet & Bushra Naz


9. Sex differences in schizophrenia: the case for developmental origins and etiological implications, Jill M Goldstein & Deborah J Walder


10. Late onset schizophrenia: characteristics of patients at the first episode, Philip D Harvey


Section III: Treatment of Early Schizophrenia


11. Prodromal period - pharmacological and behavioural interventions, Alison R Yung, Lisa J Phillips & Patrick McGorry


12. Treatment of schizophrenia at the first episode, Delbert Robinson


13. Treatment of late-onset schizophrenia, Dilip V Jeste, Gauri V Nayak, David P Folsom & Elizabeth W Twamley


14. Treatment of cognitive deficits in first episode psychosis, Richard S E Keefe & Joseph W Kang





Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Schizophrenia.
Schizophrenia -- Susceptibility.
Schizophrenia -- Treatment.
Schizophrenia -- therapy.