Diagnosis, Classification, Bio explanations, Bio treatments

A neurotransmitter associated with the experience of pleasure
Dopamine
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Patterns/Structures in the brain that occur in conjunction with an experience and may be implicated in the origins of that experience.
Neural Correlates
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Suggests the over production of the neurotransmitter is responsible for the symptoms of Sz
Dopamine Hypothesis
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He found that children born with no biological relatives with Sz yet raised by Sz parents are no more likely than the general population to develop Sz
Kety
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Profound disruption of cognition and emotion
Schizophrenia
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reflects an excess or distortion of normal functions e.g. hallucinations
Positive Symptoms
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Reflects a diminution or loss of normal function e.g. speech poverty
Negative Symptoms
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Consistency of findings over time
Test-Retest Reliability
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Two or more conditions occur together
Co-Morbidity
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Patterns/Structures in the brain that occur in conjunction with an experience and may be implicated in the origins of that experience.

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Neural Correlates

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Suggests the over production of the neurotransmitter is responsible for the symptoms of Sz

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He found that children born with no biological relatives with Sz yet raised by Sz parents are no more likely than the general population to develop Sz

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Card 5

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Profound disruption of cognition and emotion

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