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Cara Flanagan provides some exam-based advice to support the article on pages 18-22 on electroconvulsive therapy.
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Sujita Kumar Kar and Amit Singh explain why electroconvulsive therapy remains a valuable treatment option.
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Explains why the time has come for a total rethink of the concept of ‘schizophrenia‘.
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A teacher, Jemma Underwood, and one her A-level students, Sophie Flegg, write about their experiences of teaching and learning about schizophrenia and other clinical disorders.
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A range of different biological treatments for schizophrenia and depression have been developed in recent years. Dr James Main, a doctor specialising in psychiatry, explains how these treatments work.
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If natural selection ensures survival of the fittest, why does schizophrenia continue to exist? Lance Workman, a leading evolutionary psychologist investigates.