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2. In Ripke's study, how many controls were there?

  • 113,000
  • 20,000
  • 37,000
  • 73,500

3. What did Allen et al. find?

  • lower activation levels in the superior temporal gyrus and anterior cingulate gyrus
  • higher activation levels in the superior temporal gyrus and anterior cingulate gyrus

4. What did Juckel et al. find?

  • Lower activity levels in the ventral stratum
  • Higher activity levels in the ventral stratum

5. What did lindstroem et al. find?

  • Chemicals needed to produce dopamine are taken up faster in schizogenic patients, suggesting they produce more dopamine.
  • Chemicals needed to produce dopamine are taken up slower in schizogenic patients, suggesting they produce less dopamine.

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