Evolutionary perspectives on psychoses and autism: Does genomic imprinting contribute to phenomenological antithesis?
Published online by Cambridge University Press: 26 June 2008
Crespi & Badcock (C&B) have presented a novel view that the influence of genomic imprinting causes diametrically opposite disorders: namely, psychoses and autism. I propose an extended hypothesis that while genomic imprinting is likely to have an influence on the pathogenesis of psychoses and autism, it might contribute to phenomenological antithesis between as well as within these disorders.
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