Follow-up interviews were recorded to monitor the progress of their patients (the probands) and their twins, some schizophrenic and others not.
A 2014 study discovered that schizophrenic patients have more belief in psi than healthy adults.
Taylor soon moved to Birmingham to play Tom Bradley, a paranoid schizophrenic, in the BBC daytime soap opera "Doctors".
According to an interview, Lidz explained two hypotheses on how schizophrenic reactions are more common in lower socio-economic classes.
In another study, The Body Image of Schizophrenic Children Following Electroshock Therapy, Bender incorporated ECT and a child's self-image.
The song is supposedly about "a paranoid schizophrenic", a friend of frontman Kele Okereke.
Viktor Orth (1853–1919) was a schizophrenic outsider artist and one of the "schizophrenic masters" profiled by Hans Prinzhorn in his field-defining work "Artistry of the Mentally Ill".
Johann Knüpfer (1866–1910) was a schizophrenic outsider artist and one of the "schizophrenic masters" profiled by Hans Prinzhorn in his field-defining work "Artistry of the Mentally Ill".
One study on schizophrenic patients found that they were extremely unlikely to be fooled by a three dimensional optical illusion, the hollow face illusion, unlike neurotypical volunteers.
According to Mayer-Gross and Bleuler, Ganser syndrome occurs mainly in epileptic or schizophrenic patients.
After being diagnosed as a schizophrenic, Negromonte was placed in psychiatric care, where he remains to this day.
On Wednesday April 29, 2015 Indonesian government executed a further Brazilian citizen who was a schizophrenic.
Grace Helen Kent was the main contributor to the Kent-Rosanoff Free Association, a word association test that was developed to differentiate schizophrenic and non-schizophrenic patients.
Clifford A. Pickover has said that the schizophrenic numbers were discovered by Kevin Brown.
The McGurk effect is not as pronounced in schizophrenic individuals as in non-schizophrenic individuals.
He was diagnosticated bipolar and schizophrenic .
The album's cover was drawn by the famous schizophrenic artist from Northeast Brazil Arthur Bispo do Rosário.
Thorndike’s third book was a memoir, "Another Way Home", about raising his son after his wife became schizophrenic.
Karl Brendel is the pseudonym of Karl Genzel (21 March 1871 – 21 August 1925), a schizophrenic outsider artist and one of the "schizophrenic masters" profiled by Hans Prinzhorn in his field-defining work "Artistry of the Mentally Ill" (1923, in German; English edition 1972).
Drug-induced paranoia, associated with cannabis, amphetamines, methamphetamine and similar stimulants has much in common with schizophrenic paranoia; the relationship has been under investigation since 2012.
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