Schizophrenia: the illness that made us human.

@article{Horrobin1998SchizophreniaTI,
  title={Schizophrenia: the illness that made us human.},
  author={David F. Horrobin},
  journal={Medical hypotheses},
  year={1998},
  volume={50 4},
  pages={269-88}
}
Any hypotheses concerning the origins of humans must explain many things. Among these are: 1, the growth in brain size around two million years ago; 2, the presence of subcutaneous fat; 3, the near absence of change or cultural progress for around 2 million years after the brain grew in size; 4, the cultural explosion which began somewhere between fifty thousand and one hundred thousand years ago with the emergence of art, music, religion and warfare; 5, the further cultural explosion around… CONTINUE READING
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