1. What did McGlashan (2006) say about the prevalence of SZ?
- Rates of SZ have stayed consistently the same over the years
- People with SZ are experiencing less severe/intense symptoms such as catatonia, the condition has changed over time.
- SZ is less severe than it used to be, inverse relationship between phenotypic severity and reproductive capacity.
- SZ is more severe than it used to be, a positive linear relationship between phenotypic severity and reproductive capacity.
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2. 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
3. Which trimester of pregnancy is thought to affect the migration of pre-alpha cells to their final positions in SZ brains?
- Third trimester
- Fourth trimester
- Second trimester
- First trimester
4. Where were enlargements found in Shenton et als (1992) study?
- Sylvian fissure and lateral ventricles in SZ pps
- Left sylvian fissure and left temporal horn in SZ pps
- Right sylvian fissure and left temporal horn in SZ pps
- Lateral ventricles and left temporal horn in SZ pps
5. Where was grey matter lost consistency in adolescents (even at age 13yrs) with SZ?
- Parietal lobes
- Parietal, temporal and frontal lobes
- Frontal lobes
- Temporal lobes
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