Klinische Probleme im Lichte empirischer Forschung

  • John G. Gunderson
  • Alexander Carroll

Zusammenfassung

Dieser Beitrag soll aus den vorliegenden empirischen Untersuchungen zur psychosozialen Behandlung von Schizophrenen einige klinische Schlußfolgerungen ableiten. Seit einem 1975 vorgelegten Überblick (Gunderson 1976) sind viele neuere Übersichten der wachsenden Literatur zur Behandlung schizophrener Patienten erschienen (West u. Flynn 1976; Schooler 1978; Gunderson 1977, 1979; Mosher u. Gunderson 1979; Mosher u. Keith 1979, 1980; May u. Simpson 1980; Klein 1980). Es liegen auch einige Untersuchungen darüber vor, wie dieser gesamte Forschungskomplex auszuwerten ist (Mosher 1972; May 1974; May u. Van Putten 1974; Carpenter et al. 1981). Demgegenüber beschränkt sich der vorliegende Überblick eher auf eine Auswahl, die dazu dienen soll, klinisch wichtige Probleme zu erkennen und neu zu formulieren. Wo es angebracht erschien, haben wir bereits anderenorts (Gunderson 1978) über jene therapeutischen Vorgehensweisen berichtet, die i. allg. praktisch wirksam zu sein scheinen. Daher versucht dieser Überblick eher die Ergebnisse zusammenzufassen, als die Anlage und Methodik der Einzeluntersuchungen kritisch zu beurteilen und zu bewerten. Die Gruppentherapie wird nicht näher berück-sichtigt, da über sie in letzter Zeit gründlich von anderen berichtet wurde; außerdem glauben wir, daß dem, was dort gesagt wurde, wenig hinzuzufügen ist.

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  • Alexander Carroll

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