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Incorrect Phrasing in Text and Table Footnotes—
In the article titled "Dopamine Agonist Treatment of Schizophrenia With N-Propylnorapomorphine," published in the April Archives (1986;43:398-402), some text phrasing and table footnotes were incorrect. On page 398, column 1, in the introduction, the complete sentence beginning on line 8 should have read: "More recently, in controlled studies, apomorphine has been shown to reduce psychotic manifestations in schizophrenia, schizoaffective schizophrenia, and mania.3-7" Also, on page 399, for Table 2, footnote 1 should have read: "Mean change in scores derived as described in Table 1. Neuroleptic responders are those subjects who had an antipsychotic response to haloperidol of more than 50% (n = 5); the response to the dose of N-propylnorapomorphine producing the maximal change was compared with the maximal placebo response. Neuroleptic non-responders were those subjects who had less than a 50% response to haloperidol (n = 4); no significant effect of N-propylnorapomorphine occurred
CORRECTION. Arch Gen Psychiatry. 1986;43(9):899. doi:10.1001/archpsyc.1986.01800090089012
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