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All of the following are biomedical explanations for schizophrenia EXCEPT

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All of the following are biomedical explanations for schizophrenia EXCEPT

(A) double binds.
(B) brain asymmetries.
(C) the dopamine hypothesis.
(D) a genetic predisposition.
(E) enlarged brain ventricles.

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(A) double binds.

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A double bind is when someone is told to do something and then punished for doing it. While some researchers theorize that double binds cause schizophrenia, they would be an environmental cause, not a physical or medical cause. All the other choices are biological factors that theoretically play a role in schizophrenia.

 
Posted : 14/03/2024 1:22 pm
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