Year : 1995  |  Volume : 37  |  Issue : 3  |  Page : 124--128

Gender Differnces in Symptoms and Course of Schizophrenia


R Thara, A Albert Joseph 
 Schizophrenia Research Foundation, C-46, 13 A Street, East Anna Nagar, Madras 600102, India

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R Thara
Schizophrenia Research Foundation, C-46, 13 A Street, East Anna Nagar, Madras 600102
India

This paper deals with gender differences in symptom pattern, course and (Usability in a cohort of 76 patients who were completely and prospectively followed up for a period often years. Both at inclusion and follow up, males had more of nuclear syndrome, but largely the differences were not statistically significant. Disability was more in the males, especially in the area of occupational functioning. The paper discusses gender based research in the Indian context.


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Thara R, Joseph A A. Gender Differnces in Symptoms and Course of Schizophrenia.Indian J Psychiatry 1995;37:124-128


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Thara R, Joseph A A. Gender Differnces in Symptoms and Course of Schizophrenia. Indian J Psychiatry [serial online] 1995 [cited 2021 May 8 ];37:124-128
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