Schizophrenia in a Molecular Age: Review of Psychiatry, vol. 18
J Clin Psychiatry 2000;61(11):877-878 [book review]
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From our regular book review column.
The reader should remember the expression, “do not judge a book by its cover,” or, in this case, its title or the book-jacket blurb either. The latter contains the statement that “Clinicians will learn new treatments to offer, including medication and psychological and psychosocial interventions, which are significantly better than previous treatment options,” which is not the case. This slim volume is about schizophrenia, but has very little to do with molecular biology as I, at least, expected and hoped it would when I first examined it.