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Book Reviews

Schizophrenia: Comprehensive Treatment and Management

Samuel G. Siris, MD and Sara Siris Nash, Class of 2005

Published: March 15, 2003

Article Abstract

Schizophenia: Comprehensive Treatment and Management

Two universally respected experts in the field of clinical treatment of schizophrenia, who are not only acknowledged researchers but who also possess vast personal clinical experience, have given us this gem of a book. It is authoritative enough to go into meaningful detail, appropriately referencing an extensive scientific literature and sustaining the evidencebased approach, and yet remains straightforward, succinct, and user-friendly enough not to be overwhelming to the curious but less experienced reader. The book is well conceived, well organized, and well written in a way that allows for a truly broad target audience.


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Volume: 64

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