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(4) Pathogenesis of schizophrenia: a psychopathological perspective.   Cunningham Owens DG, Miller P, Lawrie SM and Johnstone EC.   2005.   British Journal of Psychiatry, volume 186, pages 386-393.
     With reference to reliability, there were no indices of reliability for the researchers in the past, or at the start of the studies, or during the studies.

(5) Neuropsychological impairments in people with schizophrenia or bipolar disorder and their unaffected relatives.   McIntosh AM, Harrison LK, Forrester K, Lawrie SM and Johnstone EC.   2005.   British Journal of Psychiatry, volume 186, pages 378-385.
     With reference to reliability, there were no indices of reliability for the researchers in the past, or at the start of the study, or during the study.
     With reference to failure to attempt disproof, the researchers did not attempt to disprove that the masking of the investigators to diagnosis had been successful, by guesses, giving reasons for the guesses, and then comparison with chance expectation.
     With reference to making sense, in the Method in the abstract the authors describe recruitment of 76 unaffected relatives, and then add that "Unaffected relatives were also recruited.", which detracts from both the authors and the editor.

(6) Regional volume deviations of brain structure in schizophrenia and psychotic bipolar disorder.   McDonald C, Bullmore E, Sham P, Chitnis X, Suckling J, MacCabe J, Walshe M and Murray RM.   2005.   British Journal of Psychiatry, volume 186, pages 369-377.
     With reference to reliability, there were no indices of reliability for the researchers in the past, or at the start of the study, or during the study.

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