dopamine supersensitivity , endorphin excess , and prostaglandin E 1 deficiency : three aspects of the same schizophrenic elephant

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  title={dopamine supersensitivity , endorphin excess , and prostaglandin E 1 deficiency : three aspects of the same schizophrenic elephant},
  author={Treisman and A M Monitoring and Sid J Schneider}
}
storage of irrelevant messages in selective attention. When a phenomenon can be partly explained by several hypotheses , it is rare for any one of the hypotheses to be exclusively correct. The problems are usually resolved by a synthesis which reveals that each hypothesis is correct but is describing only a part of the truth. The investigators, to use a classic analogy, have been blind men describing the various parts of an elephant. I believe that we are close to the resolution of the problem… CONTINUE READING

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