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Neuropsychiatria i Neuropsychologia/Neuropsychiatry and Neuropsychology
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1/2008
vol. 3
 
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Clinical characteristics of schizophrenia: Israeli Bedouin compared with Palestinian Arabs in Israel and the Palestinian Authority

Ilana Kremer
,
Michael Dobrusin
,
Monica Blanaru
,
Alon Reshef
,
S. Gathas
,
Mustafa Mujaheed
,
Wolfgang Maier
,
Marcella Rietschel
,
Thomas Gerd Schulze
,
Robert H. Belmaker

Neuropsychiatria i Neuropsychologia 2008; 3, 1: 3–6
Online publish date: 2008/04/14
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As part of a genetic study of schizophrenia, symptoms were studied in 50 Bethlehem Palestinian patients with schizophrenia, 61 Israeli Negev Bedouins with schizophrenia and 63 Israeli Galilee Arab patients with schizophrenia. The content and character of the schizophrenic psychosis was significantly different in the three groups studied. While all three groups are Arabic speaking Muslims, their social circumstances differ and this could explain the differences in clinical phenomenology of schizophrenia. The results may relate to differences in clinical phenomenology of schizophrenia reported in different areas of the world. schizophrenia, Bedouin, Palestinians, genetics, psychiatry
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