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Nov 28 2017
Author: John P. John
Comment: As a clinician, I must say that I hardly ever have any difficulty in identifying the 'real' schizophrenia. The difficulty arises only when I wear the hat of a schizophrenia researcher!! Researchers...
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Nov 23 2017
Author: Krzysztof Mass
Comment: Most of you have probably heard about "Surviving Schizophrenia, 6th Edition: A Family Manual," by E. Fuller Torrey. It's a classic but, in my opinion, still worth reading.
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Nov 01 2017
Author: Peter F. Buckley
Comment: I, and my family, are forever indebted to Chuck for his kindness and support. Chuck was chair at Case Western Reserve University Department of Psychiatry and brought me and my wife Leonie to America...
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Oct 27 2017
Author: William Carpenter
Comment: Chuck Schultz was a wonderful person who gave creatively and generously to those of us involved in the care and understanding of persons with schizophrenia and to those who suffer from this and...
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Oct 13 2017
Author: Carol Tamminga
Comment: Chuck's passing leaves a void in the field of schizophrenia research. His was such a genuine and lasting love of studying schizophrenia, which I saw from the time that we met as clinical fellows at...
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Sep 18 2017
Author: Tobias Bast
Comment: Place cells are neurons in the mammalian hippocampus that fire if the animal is in a specific place. The discovery of place cells in rats in the 1970s was awarded a Nobel Prize in 2014. Place cells...
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Sep 01 2017
Author: Kenneth Hugdahl
Comment: An often replicated finding in psychology is that what we see and hear of the world around us is colored by what we expect to see and hear, such that the actual perception of an object or a sound is...
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Jul 24 2017
Author: Mark Daly
Comment: I think both play a role in each phenotype, and we need to invest more in analyses that span all types of variants. As they both have roughly 80 percent heritability, there is clearly a lot to learn...
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Jul 24 2017
Author: Chao Chen
Comment: For different psychiatric diseases, should we focus more on de novo mutations/rare variants in autism and more on common variants in schizophrenia?
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Jul 24 2017
Author: Francis McMahon
Comment: I was an early enthusiast for splitting based on clinical subtypes, but I think this has not been a very successful approach. When sample sizes are large enough―larger than we probably have so far...