The second article by Shankar Vedantam in a Washington Post series (June 2005) on culture and mental illness. The piece covers the process of treating schizophrenia in India, social networks versus modern medicine, and includes an interesting graphic on comparing the United States and India on the care and remission of mental illness.
Sponsored by the University of Washington, this visual retrospective on the life and thought of the Austrian philosopher Martin Buber serves as a good introduction to the human focus of the man's thought and events taking place in his lifetime.
The National Institute of Mental Health provides a listing of publications on schizophrenia, including a English-Spanish pamphlet (PDF) that describes symptoms, causes, and treatments and addresses how to cope with the illness.
An article from Psychiatric Times (March 2004) by Steffen Moritz and Dieter Naber examining the neurocognitive functioning of schizophrenic patients on antipsychotic medications, and the side effects associated with these medications.