The imunolgicas and endocrinolgicas theories as the alterations of the imunolgico system have been found in the schizophrenia, including the morphologic and quantitative presence of antibodies antibrain in the plasma, alterations of linfcitos and abnormal production of interleucinas and interferons (ALMEIDA, DRACTU and LARANJEIRA 1996). The psychological theory tries to explain the schizophrenia from pathological familiar relationships and standards of interpersonal communication. To weigh of the impact of this theory for some time, the lack of empirical evidence made with that the same one fell in disuse (ALMEIDA, DRACTU and LARANJEIRA 1996). Symptoms the symptoms are classified in negative positives and. The positives occur in the acute crises and can scare, while negative the carrier of the schizophrenia are disabled for the work and can arrive until the o abandonment of the activities that is accustomed to carry through daily (FIGUEIREDO, VIANA and AXE 2009). Clinical picture Characteristic daily pay-morbidas Although some standards of changeable personalities the schizophrenia is suggested by authors who certain traces are evidentes in esquizofrnico, as the social isolation, introversion, indifference, alone emotional apathy and preferences for occupations and in passive way. Some research makes suggestions that in the pertaining to school period the exploitation is unsatisfactory in the esquizofrnicos (ALMEIDA, DRACTU and LARANJEIRA 1996). The beginning of the first symptoms and signals of the illness more happens during the adolescence or beginning of the adult age.
Therefore little specific the prodrmicos symptoms, loss of energy, depressive mood, isolation, inadequate behavior, neglecter with the personal appearance and hygiene, being able to persist for weeks, months, before the characteristic symptoms of the illness (ALMEIDA, DRACTU and LARANJEIRA 1996). The acute symptoms if detach in deliriums, hallucinations, alterations form of the thought and the affection and riots of the psicomotora activity (ALMEIDA, DRACTU and LARANJEIRA 1996 pg.129).