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Research round-up July 2014

There have been several papers published in peer-reviewed journals over the past few months, some of which we have highlighted here to share with you the progress our scientists are making when it comes to understanding how we can better treat schizophrenia.


Dr Kelly Newell (pictured) believes that drugs that target …

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New therapy may assist voice-hearers

Cognitive Behavioural Relating Therapy tips the balance of power in favour of people with schizophrenia and allows them to develop a healthier interpersonal relationship with the voices they hear.

Cognitive Behavioural Relating Therapy (CBRT) is a novel treatment developed by Perth-based psychologist Dr Georgie Paulik that aims to improve how people …

Schizophrenia research: where are we?

An 18-month labour of love has resulted in a paper that brings together current information on schizophrenia research and where to go from here.

Sandra Matheson (pictured) set herself a herculean task in order to contribute to the research field’s understanding of schizophrenia by reading and assessing the latest systematic review …

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