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neural timing and schizophrenia

Ron Blue rcb5 at MSN.COM
Mon Nov 29 17:01:48 EST 1999


Some time ago I had suggested that schizophrenia may be due to timing
problems.   The idea is a reasonable inference from the wavelet
correlational opponent processing model.   Support for the timing
problem is suggested by the following articles.

Green, M.F., and K.H. Nuechterlein. 1999. Cortical oscillations and
schizophrenia. Archives of General Psychiatry 56(November):1007.

Kwon, J.S. . . . and R.W. McCarley. 1999. Gamma frequency-range
abnormalities to auditory stimulation in schizophrenia. Archives of
General Psychiatry 56(November):1001.


Ron Blue

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