An Interactive Developmental Systems Model of Schizophrenia
Any discussion organizing data relevant to schizophrenia is explicitly or implicitly based on some model or concept of the disorder. Since various concepts have different implications concerning what data are relevant, it is important to describe the concept on which we base our discussion.
KeywordsMedical Model Biomedical Model Perinatal Complication Genetic Vulnerability Social Niche
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