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Shrivastava A. on ONLINE DISCUSSION: Do We Need Schizoaffective Disorder?, The question, which has come up for discussion, is a significant one. One of my... 5 Dec 2009. 

Shrivastava A. on ONLINE DISCUSSION: Is the Risk Syndrome for Psychosis Risky Business?, At this site there are very interesting observations which need to be synthesized. While it... 22 Jul 2009. 

Shrivastava A. on ONLINE DISCUSSION: Is the Risk Syndrome for Psychosis Risky Business?, The “at-risk” state is an interesting clinical condition, and the question of including it as... 21 Jul 2009. 

Shrivastava A. on NEWS: ICOSR 2009—Social Outcome and Schizophrenia: Back to the Future, Perspectives in social outcome of schizophrenia The ongoing discussion about... 16 Jul 2009. 

Shrivastava A. on ONLINE DISCUSSION: The Role of the Social Environment in Psychiatric Research: Outstanding Challenges and Future Directions, Health inequalities and social environment are closely interlinked ( 16 Mar 2009. 

Shrivastava 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., Professor Fink has been arguing for a decade, with all possible evidence, that catatonia is... 8 Nov 2007. 

Shrivastava A. on NEWS: Meta-analysis Supports Case for Cannabis in Etiology of Psychosis, Current interest in cannabis and the onset of psychosis is laudable. The Lancet paper no... 24 Oct 2007. 

Shrivastava A. on ONLINE DISCUSSION: Truly Better Prognosis in the Developing World?, Outcome of schizophrenia in India Responding to the conclusion in the present... 24 Oct 2007. 

Shrivastava A. on ONLINE DISCUSSION: Molecular Targets for Treating Cognitive Dysfunction in Schizophrenia, Molecular targets for cognitive improvement are a desirable context. This may lead to some... 17 Sep 2007. 

Shrivastava A. on PAPER: Boos HB. et al., 2007, Modern research has undoubtedly shown significant relationships between at-risk relatives of... 13 Jun 2007. 

Shrivastava A. on PAPER: Clarke M. et al., 2006, Several of these studies recently published appear to be milestones in early psychosis... 23 Sep 2006. 

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