TB4 Lecture 3; SZ + Structural Issues Quiz!

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1. How are virus/infections linked to rates of SZ?

  • 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
  • SZ is caught in the same way to the flu virus, SZ births increased follwing the flu epidemic
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2. What did research by Jacob & Winkler (1927) find?

  • After removing cerebrospinal fluid from concious patients, the majority showed more enlarged left rather than right ventricles
  • After removing cerebrospinal fluid from concious patients, the majority showed more enlarged right rather than left ventricles
  • SZ pps showed more cerebrospinal fluid than controls in the right ventricles
  • SZ pps showed more cerebrospinal fluid than controls in the left ventricles

3. In criterion A, which one of these options would be classed as SZ

  • Hallucinations and negative symptoms (e.g avolition)
  • Delusions, hallucinations and Disorganised speech
  • Grossly disorganised/catatonic behaviour and disorganised speech
  • Delusions, grossly disorganised/catatonic behaviour and negative symptoms (e.g avolition)

4. What did Bracha et al (1992) find in their twin study?

  • Neural + skin cell migration responsible for fingerprint development in fourth trimester, SZ twins very different from non-SZ twins
  • Neural + skin cell migration responsible for fingerprint development in second trimester, SZ twins very different from non-SZ twins
  • Neural + skin cell migration responsible for fingerprint development in third trimester, SZ twins very different from non-SZ twins
  • Neural + skin cell migration responsible for fingerprint development in first trimester, SZ twins very different from non-SZ twins

5. Which side of temporal horn were enlargements predominantly found?

  • Left
  • Neither dies, all of the horn was enlarged
  • Right
  • Both

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