David P. vanMaanen

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Since the original formulation of the dopamine hypothesis, a number of other cellular-level abnormalities--eg, NMDA receptor hypofunction, GABA system dysfunction, neural connectivity disturbances--have been identified in schizophrenia, but the manner in which these potentially interact with hyperdopaminergia to lead to schizophrenic symptomatology remains(More)
A large number of cellular level abnormalities have been identified in the hippocampus of schizophrenic subjects. Nonetheless, it remains uncertain how these pathologies interact at a system level to create clinical symptoms, and this has hindered the development of more effective antipsychotic medications. Using a 72-processor supercomputer, we created a(More)
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