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Burmeister M. on WHAT WE KNOW: The unexpressed genetic liability to schizophrenia affects cognitive and brain functioning and brain structure. The most prominent impairments in individuals with heightened genetic liability, such as in patients' nonpsychotic relatives, have been measured on executive functioning. Overall gray matter and hippocampal volume are also slightly smaller in the relatives of patients with schizophrenia., As much as I would like genetics to be stronger, these genetic findings are not... 31 Oct 2007. 

Burmeister M. on WHAT WE KNOW: Prevalence is greater in men throughout most of adulthood, but is equal by the end of the risk period., Males and females differ by much more than estrogen and testosterone. So, I would change... 31 Oct 2007. 

Burmeister M. on ONLINE DISCUSSION: Identifying Phenotypes and Endophenotypes in Schizophrenia (Psychosis) Research, Regarding Mike Owen's point: "I think the crucial question is as follows: Is the genetic... 9 Jan 2006. 

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