Clinical Trials: Evaluating Genetic Risk Factors for Childhood-onset Schizophrenia

Article

This study will evaluate familial risk factors for schizophrenia.

Study Type:

Observational

Age/Gender Requirements:

6 years+ (male/female)

Sponsor:

National Institute of Mental Health

Purpose:

Building on earlier research, the current study will evaluate familial risk factors for schizophrenia, including psychiatric diagnoses of family members, smooth pursuit eye movements, and neuropsychological test deficits.

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