Factors Promoting Good Prognosis in Schizophrenia

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What factors promote good prognosis in schizophrenia?

• Good premorbid adjustment.

• Female.

• Married.

• Later age of onset.

• Precipitating events.

• Positive symptoms.

• Family history of mood disorder.

• Good inter-episode functioning.

• Quick onset of symptoms.

Additional Reading:

Basic Psychiatry

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3. Major Depressive Disorder vs Dysthymic Disorder
4. What is Classical Conditioning?
5. What is Observational Conditioning?
6. What is Operant Conditioning?
7. How to break bad news to a patient
8. What is Dementia?
9. What is Normal Aging?
10. Factors Promoting Poor Prognosis in Schizophrenia
11. Factors Promoting Good Prognosis in Schizophrenia
12. What are Temper Tantrums?

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