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Peled A. on WHAT WE KNOW: The extent of patients' cognitive deficits generally predicts functioning in work, social interactions, and independent living perhaps even more than symptom expression., The fact that so much is being researched in schizophrenia, and so little effect is being... 13 Sep 2007. 

Peled A. on NEWS: Me and My Unpleasant Shadow—A Substrate for Paranoia and Outside Control?, You do not need fancy direct brain stimulation to fool the brain into illusion or... 29 Sep 2006. 

Peled A. on NEWS: Immune Receptor Controls Synaptic Plasticity; LTP Makes Memories, The relevance of synaptic plasticity to schizophrenia has been mentioned in this work and in... 29 Sep 2006. 

Peled A. on ONLINE DISCUSSION: Is BDNF's Star Fading in the Schizophrenia Research Universe?, I think schizophrenia spectrum is related to connectivity and plasticity changes in the... 24 Aug 2006. 

Peled A. on ONLINE DISCUSSION: New Findings in Psychosis: Breaking Down Diagnostic Barriers, As Assen knows, I agree and support the idea that the current nosology has brought to a halt... 15 May 2006. 

Peled A. on ONLINE DISCUSSION: New Findings in Psychosis: Breaking Down Diagnostic Barriers, I agree with Ian Brockington that schizophrenia is yesterday’s concept; still, his... 13 May 2006. 

Peled A. on ONLINE DISCUSSION: New Findings in Psychosis: Breaking Down Diagnostic Barriers, Allen Frances, the chairperson of the task force that produced DSM-IV, and Helen Egger have... 7 May 2006. 

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