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According to research it has shown that it affects more males than females, with an onset in the adolescent years too early adulthood. Table of Contents Abstract 2 Introduction 4 Literature Review 4 Methods 6 Design 6 Participants 6 Procedure/Measure 7 Data Analysis 8 Ethical Issues 8 Conclusion 9 References 10 Understanding Schizophrenia Introduction Schizophrenia is an extreme, frequently chronic brain disease that can bring about a man to be not strong in capacity at school or work. It can be frequently hard for those living with schizophrenia to keep up individual connections and even deal with their very own needs. This is an outcome from a disruption in real brain capacity, which drives them to have lost touch with reality. This incorporates the individual having manifestations of mental trips, dreams, disarranged discourse, and confused conduct (Ashok, Baugh & Yeragani, 2012). What does a recovery from schizophrenia intend to you personally? 2. What are the...

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