Schizophrenia Characteristics (Key Studies)

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Buckley et al.
Comorbidity common in schizophrenia, creating difficulty in diagnosis, e.g. depression occurs in 50% 0f people with schizophrenia
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Bentall et al. (1988)
Little Predictive Validity
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Klosterkotter
489 admissions to Psychiatric unit. Positive symptoms more useful in diagnosis than negative.
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Wilks et al.
Administered two version of RBANS to test for schizo patients over interval ranging from 1-134 days. Test-retest +.84
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Carson
Publication of DSM-II designed to provide a reliable way of classifying schizophrenia.
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Whaley (2001)
Inter-rater
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Whaley (2001)
Inter-rater as low as .11 (evidence that DSM used with little reliability routinely)
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Whaley (2001)
Inter-rater as low as .11 (evidence that DSM used with little reliability rountinely)
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Prescott et al.
analysed test-retest reliability go
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Whaley (2001)
Inter-rater as low as .11 (evidence that DSM used with little reliability rountinely)
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Prescott et al.
analysed test-retest reliability of measures of cognitive functioning in 14 Schizophrenics. Performance stable over 6-months.
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Whaley (2001)
Inter-rater as low as .11 (evidence that DSM used with little reliability rountinely)
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Prescott et al.
Analysed test-retest reliability of measures of cognitive functioning in 14 Schizophrenics. Performance stable over 6-months.
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Cheniaux et al.
Inter-Reliability go diagnosis according to DSM-IV + ICD-10
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Whaley (2001)
Inter-rater as low as .11 (evidence that DSM used with little reliability rountinely)
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Prescott et al.
Analysed test-retest reliability of measures of cognitive functioning in 14 Schizophrenics. Performance stable over 6-months.
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Cheniaux et al.
Inter-Reliability of diagnosis according to DSM-IV + ICD-10 .50. Schizophrenia diagnosed more with ICD-10 criteria.
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Rosenhan
Being
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Whaley (2001)
Inter-rater as low as .11 (evidence that DSM used with little reliability rountinely)
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Prescott et al.
Analysed test-retest reliability of measures of cognitive functioning in 14 Schizophrenics. Performance stable over 6-months.
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Cheniaux et al.
Inter-Reliability of diagnosis according to DSM-IV + ICD-10 .50. Schizophrenia diagnosed more with ICD-10 criteria.
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Rosenhan
Being sane in an insane place.
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Copeland (1971)
134
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Whaley (2001)
Inter-rater as low as .11 (evidence that DSM used with little reliability rountinely)
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Prescott et al.
Analysed test-retest reliability of measures of cognitive functioning in 14 Schizophrenics. Performance stable over 6-months.
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Cheniaux et al.
Inter-Reliability of diagnosis according to DSM-IV + ICD-10 .50. Schizophrenia diagnosed more with ICD-10 criteria.
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Rosenhan
Being sane in an insane place.
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Copeland (1971)
134 USA + 194 UK psychiatrists. 69% US schizophrenic diagnosis, only 2% UK diagnosis
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Harrison et al.
8x hi
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Whaley (2001)
Inter-rater as low as .11 (evidence that DSM used with little reliability rountinely)
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Prescott et al.
Analysed test-retest reliability of measures of cognitive functioning in 14 Schizophrenics. Performance stable over 6-months.
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Cheniaux et al.
Inter-Reliability of diagnosis according to DSM-IV + ICD-10 .50. Schizophrenia diagnosed more with ICD-10 criteria.
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Rosenhan
Being sane in an insane place.
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Copeland (1971)
134 USA + 194 UK psychiatrists. 69% US schizophrenic diagnosis, only 2% UK diagnosis
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Harrison et al.
8x Higher diagnosis amongst African-Carribean groups compared to white populations. Part of the m
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Whaley (2001)
Inter-rater as low as .11 (evidence that DSM used with little reliability rountinely)
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Prescott et al.
Analysed test-retest reliability of measures of cognitive functioning in 14 Schizophrenics. Performance stable over 6-months.
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Cheniaux et al.
Inter-Reliability of diagnosis according to DSM-IV + ICD-10 .50. Schizophrenia diagnosed more with ICD-10 criteria.
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Rosenhan
Being sane in an insane place.
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Copeland (1971)
134 USA + 194 UK psychiatrists. 69% US schizophrenic diagnosis, only 2% UK diagnosis
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Harrison et al.
8x Higher diagnosis amongst African-Carribean groups compared to white populations. Part of the misdiagnosis may result from cultural differences in language and mannerisms.
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Weber et al.
Examined 6 million hospital rec
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Whaley (2001)
Inter-rater as low as .11 (evidence that DSM used with little reliability rountinely)
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Prescott et al.
Analysed test-retest reliability of measures of cognitive functioning in 14 Schizophrenics. Performance stable over 6-months.
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Cheniaux et al.
Inter-Reliability of diagnosis according to DSM-IV + ICD-10 .50. Schizophrenia diagnosed more with ICD-10 criteria.
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Rosenhan
Being sane in an insane place.
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Copeland (1971)
134 USA + 194 UK psychiatrists. 69% US schizophrenic diagnosis, only 2% UK diagnosis
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Harrison et al.
8x Higher diagnosis amongst African-Carribean groups compared to white populations. Part of the misdiagnosis may result from cultural differences in language and mannerisms.
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Weber et al.
Examined 6 million hospital records. Psychiatirc + behaviour accounted from 45% comorbidity. Poor level of functioning in schizophrenics could be de to comorbid
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Whaley (2001)
Inter-rater as low as .11 (evidence that DSM used with little reliability rountinely)
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Prescott et al.
Analysed test-retest reliability of measures of cognitive functioning in 14 Schizophrenics. Performance stable over 6-months.
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Cheniaux et al.
Inter-Reliability of diagnosis according to DSM-IV + ICD-10 .50. Schizophrenia diagnosed more with ICD-10 criteria.
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Rosenhan
Being sane in an insane place.
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Copeland (1971)
134 USA + 194 UK psychiatrists. 69% US schizophrenic diagnosis, only 2% UK diagnosis
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Harrison et al.
8x Higher diagnosis amongst African-Carribean groups compared to white populations. Part of the misdiagnosis may result from cultural differences in language and mannerisms.
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Weber et al.
Examined 6 million hospital records. Psychiatric + behaviour accounted from 45% comorbidity. Poor level of functioning in schizophrenics could be de to comorbid medical problems. Lower standard of medical care received due to como
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Whaley (2001)
Inter-rater as low as .11 (evidence that DSM used with little reliability rountinely)
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Prescott et al.
Analysed test-retest reliability of measures of cognitive functioning in 14 Schizophrenics. Performance stable over 6-months.
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Cheniaux et al.
Inter-Reliability of diagnosis according to DSM-IV + ICD-10 .50. Schizophrenia diagnosed more with ICD-10 criteria.
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Rosenhan
Being sane in an insane place.
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Copeland (1971)
134 USA + 194 UK psychiatrists. 69% US schizophrenic diagnosis, only 2% UK diagnosis
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Harrison et al.
8x Higher diagnosis amongst African-Carribean groups compared to white populations. Part of the misdiagnosis may result from cultural differences in language and mannerisms.
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Weber et al.
Examined 6 million hospital records. Psychiatric + behaviour accounted from 45% comorbidity. Poor level of functioning in schizophrenics could be de to comorbid medical problems. Lower standard of medical care received due to comorbidity.
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Ellason and Ross (1995)
Many symptoms of sh
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Whaley (2001)
Inter-rater as low as .11 (evidence that DSM used with little reliability rountinely)
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Prescott et al.
Analysed test-retest reliability of measures of cognitive functioning in 14 Schizophrenics. Performance stable over 6-months.
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Cheniaux et al.
Inter-Reliability of diagnosis according to DSM-IV + ICD-10 .50. Schizophrenia diagnosed more with ICD-10 criteria.
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Rosenhan
Being sane in an insane place.
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Copeland (1971)
134 USA + 194 UK psychiatrists. 69% US schizophrenic diagnosis, only 2% UK diagnosis
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Harrison et al.
8x Higher diagnosis amongst African-Carribean groups compared to white populations. Part of the misdiagnosis may result from cultural differences in language and mannerisms.
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Weber et al.
Examined 6 million hospital records. Psychiatric + behaviour accounted from 45% comorbidity. Poor level of functioning in schizophrenics could be de to comorbid medical problems. Lower standard of medical care received due to comorbidity.
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Ellason and Ross (1995)
Many symptoms of schizophrenia found in Other disorders such as dissociative identity disorder.
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Whaley et al.
Inter-rater as low as .11. DSM
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Whaley et al.
Inter-rater as low as .11. DSM not used reliably routinely.
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Rosenhan
Being sane in a insane place.
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