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Am J Psychiatry 2005;162:832-b-832.
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An error appeared in the article "A Videotape Intervention to Enhance the Informed Consent Process for Medical and Psychiatric Treatment Research" by Donna A. Wirshing, M.D., et al. in the January issue (Am J Psychiatry 2005; 162:186–188). In the first paragraph of the Conclusions section (p. 188), the fourth line should read as follows: Current symptom severity did not seem to matter, but the participating clinical trials involved maintenance treatments of stabilized schizophrenia patients.




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