The social environment compresses the diversity of genetic aberrations into the uniformity of schizophrenia manifestations

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 29 (4):406-408 (2006)
Genetically and neurodevelopmentally, there may be a thousand schizophrenias, yet there would be no schizophrenia at all without active contribution from all of us; none – outside the primitive processes that regulate our relationship with one another. In order to understand the nature of schizophrenia as it unfolds relatively uniformly in the social context, we need to depart from an evolutionarily more feasible understanding of society. (Published Online November 9 2006).
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