Understanding distinct patterns of comorbid substance use may be more relevant to prevention and treatment than focusing on one individual substance.
Only 12% of violent incidents committed by high-risk psychiatric patients were preceded by hallucinations and delusions.
JTC impacted working memory, verbal memory and cognitive processing speed both in people with schizophrenia and in healthy participants.
A gene deletion that leads to changes in brain chemistry which reduce the flow of information between two brain structures involved in processing auditory information.
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