Early Intervention in Schizophrenia (Abstracts from 9/11 24th ECNP Congress, Paris)

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14:00-16:05, Tuesday, 06 September 2011

S.21:  TEM symposium – Early intervention in schizophrenia: how early is too late?
Chairs: Shitij Kapur, United Kingdom
Philip K. McGuire, United Kingdom

S.21.01  Neuroimaging studies: the neural mechanisms underlying the onset of psychosis Paper: S.21.01
Paolo Fusar-Poli, Italy

S.21.02  Genetics and neurological signs – do they help choose whom to intervene in and how
Marie Odile Krebs, France

S.21.03  Clinical staging and related interventions in the treatment of psychosis – the idea and the evidence Paper: S.21.03
Patrick D. McGorry, Australia

S.21.04  Intensive intervention in first episode of psychosis – does it make a difference in the long term and for whom? Paper: S.21.04
Merete Nordentoft, Denmark

S.21.05  Beyond controlling symptoms in first episode – subjective well-being, recovery and remission Paper: S.21.05
Dieter Naber, Germany

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About Constance A. Cummings

Constance A. Cummings, PhD, is Project Director of the non-profit Foundation for Psychocultural Research, which supports and advances interdisciplinary research and scholarship at the intersection of brain, mind, culture, and mental health and illness. She is co-editor (with Carol Worthman, Paul Plotsky, and Dan Schechter) of Formative Experiences: The Interaction of Caregiving, Culture, and Developmental Psychobiology (Cambridge University Press, 2010) and (with Laurence Kirmayer and Rob Lemelson) the forthcoming Re-Visioning Psychiatry: Cultural Phenomenology, Critical Neuroscience, and Global Mental Health (Cambridge, 2015). She received her doctorate in theoretical linguistics from New York University.

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