Psychotic schizophrenia

Your source for peer-reviewed research on psychotic schizophrenia

When you’re looking for the latest information on the diagnosis and treatment of psychotic schizophrenia, offers a deep compendium of peer-reviewed articles, reports, research, and analyses that provide the most up-to-date and scientifically rigorous information.

Within the pages of our website you’ll find a broad assortment of articles on psychotic schizophrenia and related conditions, including disorganized schizophrenia, paranoid schizophrenia, undifferentiated schizophreniacatatonic schizophrenia, and residual schizophrenia. Additionally, you can earn CME credits (through the CME Institute of Physicians Postgraduate Press, Inc.) with activities on topics like disorganized schizophrenia symptoms and treatment for schizotypal and schizoaffective personality disorders.

Register today to explore all the resources available to you through Or subscribe to gain complete access to every article on the website concerning psychotic schizophrenia and other mental and neurologic illnesses.

Access the latest information on psychotic schizophrenia publishes articles on a wide range of topics, including psychotic schizophrenia and many other mental and CNS disorders. Content on the website is designed to serve the needs of psychiatrists and mental health professionals as well as primary care physicians and other clinicians who treat patients with behavioral health and neuropsychiatric disorders. features articles from The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry (JCP) and The Primary Care Companion for CNS Disorders (PCC). These publications are among the top sources in the field and provide the most up-to-date and scientifically rigorous information about the management of psychotic schizophrenia and other illnesses.

Research on schizophrenia-related topics on includes titles such as:

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Earn credit for CME activities

When you register for free on, you can easily earn AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM for activities related to psychotic schizophrenia and other subjects. CME activities are provided by the CME Institute (, which is accredited by the Accreditation Counsel for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians. From journal articles and supplements to webcasts and multimedia publications, CME activities on explore the latest advances in the treatment of a wide range of mental health and CNS disorders.

A free online tool from, MyCME, provides an easy way to track your activity and print certificates and transcripts once you’ve completed posttests and evaluations. With MyCME, you can also leave an activity before finishing and return to it later to complete it at a more convenient time.

Schizophrenia-related CME activities include titles like:

FAQs on psychotic schizophrenia resources

You can view a great deal of information on psychotic schizophrenia with a free registration on For complete access to all content on the website, you’ll need a subscription to The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry.

Visit the JCP subscription page where you may choose between an online-only subscription and a print/online subscription.

Most CME activities are free of charge, though occasionally there is a $10 processing fee for activities that don’t have commercial support.

When you register for free on or, you’ll automatically create a MyCME account where you can track your activity, complete posttests and evaluations, and print certificates and transcripts of the AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM you have earned.

How to access research on psychotic schizophrenia

A subscription to The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry entitles you to complete access to all articles on psychotic schizophrenia and many other subjects on As a JCP subscriber, you may search for and view articles from any issue of the journal from 1997 to present. You’ll also have access to new issues the day they are published, and you’ll enjoy many other benefits including access to podcasts, newsletters, supplements, and over 150 CME activities.

The benefits of a free registration on

If you’re not ready to subscribe to JCP, you may still access many resources concerning psychotic schizophrenia on by registering for free on the website. As a registered user, you’ll be able to view the text of JCP supplements and certain free articles, and you’ll have access to the full text of articles from The Primary Care Companion for CNS Disorders as well.

Registration on also provides access to:

  • Elerts, or email alerts, that provide daily updates on new research, articles, case reports, and CME activities, along with the table of contents and links to article abstracts from upcoming issues of JCP and PCC
  • Podcasts that provide a summary of the highlights from each issue of JCP and PCC
  • CME activities from related to psychotic schizophrenia and many other subjects
  • A MyCME account where you can track CME activities and print certificates and transcripts of credits earned


A digital property of Physicians Postgraduate Press, Inc., is committed to providing the most recent research into the diagnosis and treatment of behavioral health and neuropsychiatric disorders. Content on is gathered from three sources: The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, The Primary Care Companion for CNS Disorders, and the CME Institute at

Material on includes peer-reviewed, evidence-based research and articles on a wide assortment of topics, including schizoaffective disorder; research in psychotherapy and psychoanalysis; diagnosis of unipolar major depressive disorder and recurrent major depressive disorder; treatment for bipolar disorder symptoms; advances in ADHD diagnosis and treatment; diagnosis of mania; and many other subjects related to mental and CNS disorders.

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