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Preventing severe mental illnesses - new prospects and ethical challenges
Schaffner, K.F.; McGorry, P.D.
Ethics and early intervention in psychosis: keeping up the pace and staying in step
McGorry, P.D.; Yung, A.; Phillips, L.
Treatment of the schizophrenia prodrome: is it presently ethical?
Cornblatt, B.A.; Lencz, T.; Kane, J.M.
Early detection strategies for untreated first-episode psychosis
Johannessen, J.O.; McGlashan, T.H.; Larsen, T.K.; Horneland, M.; Joa, I.; Mardal, S.; Kvebaek, R.; Friis, S.; Melle, I.; Opjordsmoen, S.; Simonsen, E.; Ulrik, H.; Vaglum, P.
Psychosis treatment prior to psychosis onset: ethical issues
Early intervention and a five year follow up in young adults with a short duration of untreated psychosis: ethical implications
Linszen, D.; Dingemans, P.; Lenior, M.
Dutch law and ethics concerning the experimental treatment of early psychosis
van Leeuwen, E.
Rationale for the study of early intervention
Wyatt, R.J.; Henter, I.
Ethical issues in early-intervention clinical trials involving minors at risk for schizophrenia
International clinical trials with applicability to mentally impaired individuals: the conundrum of third world sites
Family and twin strategies as a head start in defining prodromes and endophenotypes for hypothetical early-interventions in schizophrenia
Gottesman, I.I.; Erlenmeyer-Kimling, L.
Preventing schizophrenia and Alzheimer disease: comparative ethics
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