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Letters to the Editor



Published: July 15, 2011


In the article "Prevalence of Negative Symptoms in Outpatients With Schizophrenia Spectrum Disorders Treated With Antipsychotics in Routine Clinical Practice: Findings From the CLAMORS Study" by Julio Bobes, MD, PhD, and colleagues in the March 2010 issue (J Clin Psychiatry 2010;71[3]:280-286), the key to Figure 1 on page 283 was incorrect. The gray square represents "No negative symptom" and the black square represents "At least one negative symptom." The online version has been corrected. The staff regret the error.

Volume: 72

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