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Prospektive Verlaufsuntersuchungen zur Schizophrenie seit dem 2. Weltkrieg: Eine Literaturrecherche

  • R. K. Olbrich
  • E. Strauss

Zusammenfassung

Die drei großen Langzeituntersuchungen bei Schizophrenen, von Bleuler (1972), Ciompi u. Müller (1976) und Huber et al. (1979) durchgeführt, haben ihre Bedeutung nicht nur im inhaltlichen Bereich, indem sie eine grundsätzliche Neubewertung des Krankheitsverlaufs schizophrener Psychosen einleiteten. Weite Kreise wurden durch die Veröffentlichung der Katamnesen erstmals auf ein Forschungsinstrument der Psychiatrie aufmerksam, dessen Existenz bis dato wenigen bewußt geworden war, nämlich die psychiatrische Verlaufsforschung.

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