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What is in a name? Renaming schizophrenia as a starting point for moving ahead with its re-conceptualization

  • A. Lasalvia and M. Tansella
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*Address for correspondence: Dr Antonio Lasalvia, Department of Mental Health of Verona, Ospedale Policlinico ‘G.B. Rossi’, Piazzale L.A. Scuro, 37134 Verona, Italy. (Email: antonio.lasalvia@univr.it)

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