Apr 20 2017
Author: Peter Uhlhaas
Comment: This is a very intriguing paper that makes a number of important observations that are relevant for understanding the pathophysiology of schizophrenia. Firstly, diverse animal models converge on a...
Apr 13 2017
Author: Joshua Roffman
Comment: Thanks to Dr. Buchanan for his insightful comments, which I will do my best to address here. 1. Regarding the rationale for methylfolate versus folic acid: I appreciate the opportunity to clarify...
Apr 11 2017
Author: Edmund Rolls
Comment: An attractor network approach to schizophrenia, and empirical tests A computational neuroscience approach to the symptoms, mechanisms of, and treatments for schizophrenia (Loh et al., 2007; Rolls...
Brain volume changes over the first year of treatment in schizophrenia: relationships to antipsychotic treatment.
Apr 10 2017
Author: Cameron Carter
Comment: This is another interesting and important set of results indicating that cortical thickness and volume changes reported in schizophrenia are related, at least in part, to the effects of antipsychotic...
Mar 31 2017
Author: Robert W. Buchanan
Comment: I think that the examination of the efficacy of L-methylfolate (LMF) in people with schizophrenia is a logical extension of the previous work of Roffman and colleagues with folate supplementation....
Striatal and Extrastriatal Dopamine Transporter Availability in Schizophrenia and Its Clinical Correlates: A Voxel-Based and High-Resolution PET Study.
Feb 23 2017
Author: Anissa Abi-Dargham
Comment: The study by Artiges and colleagues is intriguing: It contradicts many other studies that do not find an increase in DAT in schizophrenia, as described by the authors. In order to better evaluate the...
Feb 20 2017
Author: Vinay Parikh
Comment: This elegant study provides a new biological framework to treat the negative and cognitive symptoms of schizophrenia that are known to be associated with the dysfunction of the prefrontal cortex. All...
Feb 13 2017
Author: Richard Noll
Comment: I would enthusiastically suggest Tanya Luhrmann's recent edited volume (Our Most Troubling Madness) for a superb ethnographic view of people with schizophrenia.
Jan 24 2017
Author: Angelica Ronald
Comment: Thank you to everyone for these very helpful and diverse suggestions! Much appreciated!
Jan 16 2017
Author: Sohee Park
Comment: I teach an undergraduate course on schizophrenia every year. I use all journal articles except for the first four chapters from the classic Gottesman book on Day 1. If you are interested in the...
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