Schizophrenia, neurodevelopment and corpus callosum

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The Zeitgeist favors an interpretation of schizophrenia as a condition of abnormal connectivity of cortical neurons, particularly in the prefrontal and temporal cortex. The available evidence points to reduced connectivity, a possible consequence of excessive synaptic pruning in development. A decreased thalamic input to the cerebral cortex appears likely… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/sj.mp.4001205

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@article{Innocenti2003SchizophreniaNA, title={Schizophrenia, neurodevelopment and corpus callosum}, author={Gabbriella Innocenti and Francois Ansermet and Joseph Parnas}, journal={Molecular Psychiatry}, year={2003}, volume={8}, pages={261-274} }