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Schizophrenia : the final frontier : a festschrift for Robin M. Murray

Author: Anthony S David; Shitij Kapur; P McGuffin; Robin M Murray
Publisher: Hove, East Sussex : Routledge, 2011.
Series: Maudsley series.
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"Schizophrenia: The Final Frontier is a unique project reflecting the contribution that Robin M. Murray has made to the field of Psychiatry over the past 35 years, with a particular focus on the advances that have been made to the understanding and treatment of schizophrenia. International contributors have been brought together to pay tribute to Robin M. Murray's work and exploring the latest findings in the area.  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Festschrift
Named Person: Robin M Murray
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Anthony S David; Shitij Kapur; P McGuffin; Robin M Murray
ISBN: 9781848720770 1848720777 9780203808771 0203808770
OCLC Number: 671465387
Description: pages ; cm.
Contents: Development --
The neurodevelopmental hypothesis of schizophrenia --
Is earlier intervention for schizophrenia possible? Identifying antecedents of schizophrenia in children aged 9-12 years --
The black hole of the adolescent brain --
The contribution of Nordic populations, registers and scientists to the search for the causes of schizophrenia and other psychiatric disorders --
Neuroscience --
The search for madness, a metaphasical trip through the basal ganglia --
Neurophysiological endophenotypes for psychosis --
Glutamate, GABA and solar transmitter systems: the neuropathology of amino-acids in schizophrenia --
Animal models of schizophrenia revisited --
Neuroimaging --
Applications of neuroimaging to the study of psychosis --
Brain networks and schizophrenia --
Neuroimaging and psychosis: are brain changes in individuals with psychosis neurodevelopmental for some and progressive for others? --
Gray matter alterations in schizophrenia: are they reversible? --
Genetics --
A short (and partial) history of genetics at the institute of psychiatry --
From first contact to the final frontier: a star trek along the DISC1 pathway to schizophrenia --
Dopamine gene variants and schizophrenia: a scheme for investigating nominally significant or discrepant associations --
Ebb and flow in biological psychiatry --
Cognition --
Cognitive models of psychosis: the jumping to conclusions reasoning bias and improving psychological treatment for delusions --
Giftedness and psychosis --
Social psychiatry --
Towards a social aetiology of psychosis: the case of child sex abuse --
Does urban density matter? --
Skunk is conquering UK: does higher potency cannabis mean higher risk for psychosis? --
The social determinants of psychosis in migrant and minority ethnic populations --
Stress and psychosis, Professor Murray's contribution (so far) to the vulnerability-stress model --
Chasing gene-environment interactions across the psychiatric universe --
Treatment --
How antipsychotics work: examining trans-synaptic realities --
Metabolic disturbance and schizophrenia --
Clinical trials and schizophrenia --
What does new evidence tell us about dopamine's role in schizophrenia? --
Robin M. Murray: a bibliographical note.
Series Title: Maudsley series.
Responsibility: edited by Anthony S. David, Shitij Kapur, and Peter McGuffin.
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"Schizophrenia: The Final Frontier is a unique project reflecting the contribution that Robin M. Murray has made to the field of Psychiatry over the past 35 years, with a particular focus on the advances that have been made to the understanding and treatment of schizophrenia. International contributors have been brought together to pay tribute to Robin M. Murray's work and exploring the latest findings in the area. Sections cover: - development in the field - neuroscience - neuroimaging - genetics - cognition - social psychiatry - treatment This book will be essential reading for clinical psychologists, psychiatrists and researchers who work with schizophrenia, as well as admirers of the work of Robin M. Murray"--Provided by publisher.

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