Schizophrenia, abnormal connection, and brain evolution.

@article{Randall1983SchizophreniaAC,
  title={Schizophrenia, abnormal connection, and brain evolution.},
  author={P L Randall},
  journal={Medical hypotheses},
  year={1983},
  volume={10 3},
  pages={247-80}
}
Abnormalities of functional connection between specialized areas in the human brain may underlie the symptoms which constitute the schizophrenia syndrome. Callosal and intrahemispheric fibres may be equally involved. The clinical emergence of symptoms in the later stages of brain maturation may be dependent on myelination of these fibre groups, both of which have extended myelination cycles. Ontogenetically earlier variants of the same mechanism could theoretically result in dyslexia and the… CONTINUE READING

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