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www.newyorker.com/magazine/2016/03/28/the-genetics-of-schizophrenia

Mar 28, 2016 ... By the early two-thousands, large population studies had revealed a strong genetic link between schizophrenia and bipolar disorder. Some of the families described in these studies had a crisscrossing history that was achingly similar to my own: one sibling affected with schizophrenia, another with bipolar ...

www.foxnews.com/us/2017/08/14/charlottesville-attack-suspect-what-know-about-james-alex-fields-jr.html

Aug 14, 2017 ... Weimer also said Fields had told him that he had been diagnosed with schizophrenia when he was younger. His work history was uneven. Fields flunked out of basic training two years ago, the U.S. Army told Fox News. Security firm Securitas Security Services said in a statement that Fields was employed ...

www.stanfordchildrens.org/en/topic/default?id=schizophrenia-in-children-90-P02581

... frequently occurs in middle to late adolescence. Statistics indicate that schizophrenia affects approximately 1% of Americans. A child born into a family with 1 or more family members affected by schizophrenia has a greater chance of developing schizophrenia than a child born into a family with no history of schizophrenia.

www.genetics.edu.au/genetics/Genetic-conditions-support-groups/FS58KBS.pdf

The schizophrenias. The chance that anyone in the population will develop schizophrenia is about 1% (ie. 1 chance in 100). Where there is a family history, risks for family members of developing schizophrenia increase with the number of affected relatives and their degree of relatedness. Symptoms include psychotic  ...

www.backstoryradio.org/blog/segregating-schizophrenia

Jul 24, 2014 ... “They diagnosed Malcolm X with having schizophrenia, particularly because he was paranoid against the government….And even though it's incredibly tragic to read this file, you can't but think like, of course he was paranoid against the government, because the government was profiling him and tapping ...

www.oocities.org/sighcodog/history.html

History of Treatments for Schizophrenia and other Madness. John Conolly, superintendent of a mental hospital in England and author of the book Indications of Insanity defined schizophrenia as "a disease of perception combined with an inability to tell whether these perceptual changes were real or not". This is a brief  ...

citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/viewdoc/download?doi=10.1.1.948.7655&rep=rep1&type=pdf

This study was unique in several ways, the two most note- worthy for present purposes were that: (i) daily hassles or minor stressors rather than major life events were used to predict subsequent symptoms; and (ii) correlations between level of stress and subsequent symptoms were. Family history of schizophrenia and the.

www.ask.com/youtube?q=History+of+Schizophrenia&v=HT6gB9VLRRk
Sep 1, 2009 ... The linkage between genetics and schizophrenia has been recognized for a long time, through studies of families and twins. With the advent of modern genetic ...

pdfs.semanticscholar.org/f4a3/85659ade4bcf670287c93dff6e2a79950509.pdf

May 8, 2013 ... Introduction. Throughout history there have always been those who could see and hear things that other people couldn't, those called demented and crazy, those who are vernacularly described today as schizophrenic. However, the diagnosis and definition of schizophrenia has changed significantly ...