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Book Reviews

Schizopherina: A New Guide for Clinicians

Myung A. Lee, MD

Published: April 15, 2003

Article Abstract

From our regular book review column.

Anyone interested in acquiring clinically practical knowledge about schizophrenia, without spending too much time, would be delighted with this book. Most of the chapters are written in a clear and concise format by various well-recognized authors. This book deals with essential information regarding the etiology and clinical management of schizophrenia. For the management of schizophrenia, it provides equal emphasis on pharmacologic and nonpharmacologic treatment. Readers who are interested in acquiring a brief overview of the neuropsychology of schizophrenia may find the chapters on neuropsychology and psychosocial/neuropsychological rehabilitation for schizophrenia informative. On the other hand, this book does not deal with in-depth information of the pathophysiology or psychopharmacology of schizophrenia

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Volume: 64

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