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- Created on: 14-05-15 19:39
1. What is a major clinical flaw with the classification of SZ as a disorder?
- Individuals with the disorder don't tend to vary, the disorder is homogeneous
- Individuals with the disorder will vary substantially on most features as SZ is a heterogeneous clinical syndrome
- Individuals with the disorder will either show positive (Symptoms such as hallucinations/delusions) or negative symptoms (negative/flat affect, catatonia)
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2. Which trimester of pregnancy is thought to affect the migration of pre-alpha cells to their final positions in SZ brains?
- Fourth trimester
- Second trimester
- Third trimester
- First trimester
3. How are virus/infections linked to rates of SZ?
- SZ is caught in the same way to the flu virus, SZ births increased follwing the flu epidemic
- Some may interfere with neural adhesiveness needed for smooth migration during 2nd trimester
- Some may interfere with neural plasticity in second trimester leading to structural deficits
4. Which century was there an 'explosion' of accounts according to Torrey (1988, 2001)?
- 18th Century
- 17 Century
- 16th Century
- 20th Century
5. Which agents has HERV-W retrovirus been activated by?
- ERV9, HC2 and Toxoplasma gondii
- Toxoplasma gondii (found in cat feces)and Influenza virus
- Toxoplasma godii and emotional stress
- Influenzea virus and emotional stress