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Dopamine hypothesis of schizophrenia (Wiki)   
    "The dopamine hypothesis of schizophrenia or the dopamine hypothesis of psychosis is a model attributing symptoms of schizophrenia (like psychoses) to a disturbed and hyperactive dopaminergic signal transduction. The model draws evidence from the observation that a large number of antipsychotics have dopamine-receptor antagonistic effects. The theory, however, does not posit dopamine overabundance as a complete explanation for schizophrenia. Rather, the overactivation of D2 receptors, specifically, is one effect of the global chemical synaptic disregulation observed in this disorder.    
  I'm going to change my focus.    My mother carried a diagnosis of schizophrenia, and I'm going to spend some time studying that affliction.      

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Searching PubMed for "schizophrenia" found 135,287 references. 

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1929     135,286<135,287   
    Some Recent Work on the Pathology of Schizophrenia.
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1931    135439. 

1936    135,327<135,287      
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1939    135313<135,287        

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