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The word schizophrenia was coined by the Swiss psychiatrist and eugenicist Eugen Bleuler in ... According to some, the disease has always existed only to be 'discovered' during the early 20th century. The plausibility of this claim depends ...


History of Schizophrenia. ... employed in DSM-IV, have not shown to be helpful in predicting outcome of the disorder, and the types are not reliably diagnosed.


Mar 27, 2017 ... The history of schizophrenia is fascinating. Learn about the history of schizophrenia, including who discovered schizophrenia.


Sep 8, 2012 ... A person is not a 'schizophrenic' any more than he or she is a 'diabetic' or suffering with toothache. Who 'discovered' schizophrenia?


The system in Germany involved people diagnosed with schizophrenia being assessed by three approved doctors and if two agreed the person was sent to be  ...


For the time being, the clinical concept of schizophrenia is supported by ..... reliable phenotype for gene discovery, the concept of endophenotypes ( intermediate, ...


The term “schizophrenia” was coined on April 24, 1908, when Professor Bleuler ... course and outcome even when narrowly diagnosed with the help of modern ...


Whilst the label is new, accounts of schizophrenia-like symptoms can be found ... In England in 1247, The Priory of Saint Mary of Bethlehem was founded – later ...


Historical Roots of Schizophrenia ... Review the history of schizophrenia. .... The discovery of the antipsychotic chlorpromazine by the French team of scientists ...