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(p. 73) Prognosis of persecutory delusions in schizophrenia: a 20-year longitudinal study 

(p. 73) Prognosis of persecutory delusions in schizophrenia: a 20-year longitudinal study
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(p. 73) Prognosis of persecutory delusions in schizophrenia: a 20-year longitudinal study
Author(s):

Martin Harrow

, Thomas Jobe

, and Ellen B. Astrachan-Fletcher

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780199206315.003.0004
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date: 01 December 2020

Theresearch described in this chapter was designed to provide longitudinaldata on the consistency and uniqueness of persecutory delusions inschizophrenia over an extended period of time. Longitudinal data for persecutorydelusions has been relatively scant. Only a few investigators have providedsuch data on patients with these kinds of beliefs

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