J. Goren

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The discovery of antipsychotic agents in the 1950s revolutionized the treatment of schizophrenia. A large body of evidence supports the dopamine D2 receptor antagonist's efficacy in the treatment of psychotic symptoms. However, the advent of newer agents seems to point to a more complex interaction of neurotransmission in the pathophysiology of(More)
The Columbia Science Review is a publication of Columbia University students who aim to provide an engaging and informative approach to contemporary scientific and university research. CSR brings together students of the sciences and the humanities to examine the process and elegance of scientific discovery and problem solving. and most importantly, the(More)
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