PMID: 7620311Apr 1, 1995

Cognitive deficits and the neurobiology of schizophrenia

Current Opinion in Neurobiology
J M Gold, D R Weinberger


Recent research in schizophrenia has demonstrated widespread abnormalities in patients' brain structure, cognitive function, and physiology. These abnormalities are most probably developmental in origin and involve a network of connected frontal-temporal-limbic structures.


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