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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Gender Differences in Schizophrenia Higher incidence (1.4:1 - M to F)Age of onset: early 20s (21)9 out of 10 manifest by age 30Drug use: higher Negative symptoms more commonMore severe course of illness Age of onset: late 20s (27)2 out of 10 manifest by age 30Better mentalizing abilitiesBetter prognosis once symptoms are maintained: more likely to marry and work Treatment/ Management References:Abu-Akel, A., & Bo, S. (2013). Superior mentalizing abilities of female patients with schizophrenia. Psychiatry Research, 210(3), 794-799. Donoghue, K., Doody, G. A., Murray, R. M., Jones, P. B., Morgan, C., Dazzan, P., & ..., J. H. (2014). Cannabis use, gender and age of onset of schizophrenia: Data from the ÆSOP study. Psychiatry Research,215(3), 528-532. Falkenburg, J., & Tracy, D. K. (2014). Sex and schizophrenia: A review of gender differences. Psychosis: Psychological, Social And Integrative Approaches, 6(1), 61-69. Medication Therapy Typical vs Atypical Antipsychotics Goal: effective functioning 1. Build therapeutic relationship 2. Help regain contact with reality Common Approaches Behavioral Therapy CBT Social Skills Training Family education and participation
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