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Mental Illness is Not a Brain Disease Research

One of the more intriguing aspects of the "schizophrenia" literature is the discrepancy between the strength of the belief that "schizophrenia is a brain disease" and the availability of direct supporting evidence; even those who hold the belief admit that there is no direct evidence for it
Clinical Psychology Issue 12. April 2002

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