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Schizophrenia - Neuroanotomical explanations

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1.Study that shows abnormalities to frontal & pre-frontal cortex In schizophrenic patients
3.A large bundle of cells which connects the two hemispheres.
6.Cavities in the brain containing cerebrospinal fluid
8.A type of neurotransmitter that helps control the brain's reward and pleasure centers
9.A chemical messenger that carries, boosts and modulates signals between neurons and other cells in the body.
10.Study that shows reduced brain weight and enlarged ventricles in schizophrenic patients
11.A non-invasive technique of brain imaging that monitors cerebral blood flow in the brain
12.Study that showed a reduction in brain tissue - smaller thalamic, hippocampal & superior temporal volumes In schizophrenic patients
13.Can show the Cerebral Blood Flow (CBF) in the cortex
14.A structure in the middle of the brain which contains the Hippocampus and the Amygdala
15.Substances produced through metabolism
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2.Disorganised neurones in the brain
4.Biological explanation to do with the structure of the brain
5.brain scanning techniques allow _____ brains to be investigated
7.When at rest, people with schizophrenia show under-activity in the frontal cortex compared to normal controls.

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