Searching For Madness Within The Complexity Of Schizophrenia, J. Int. Neuropsycho. Soc.
It is an amalgam of research studies distributed across numerous domains relevant to schizophrenia (...). In particular, the book synthesizes aspects of neuropsychological functioning, genetic, behavioral and genetic markers, and the neurochemistry of schizophrenia with information on etiology and overt symptoms of the illness. One potentially controversial and central feature of this book is Heinrich's argument that schizophrenia is not one single illness but a heterogeneous syndrome. Heinrichs' rationale for conducting research on the studies is to exemplify the discrepancies between what researchers claim to be "common symptoms" of schizophrenia.