posted on May, 27 2005 @ 12:29 PM
Schizophrenia is a very varied psychological abnormality, depending on how people invisage it, it can be caused by different things. There is not
definite reason for schizophrenia, but from a biological perspective, they believe that increasing the body's absorption of aluminium can increase
the risk of developing 'sp'. (or was that alzheimers?).
anyway, a cognitive perspective thinks that it is linked to how the brain works, and that it is a fault in the "brain patterns" that it uses.
humanistic believe that it is a "learnt" condition (used loosely) where a persons' childhood can inflict serious other conditions in later life.
(this is asuggestion by Freud). there are many perspectives involved in psychological abnormalities, but because the brain is such a delicate and
complex instrument, it can't be studied to a large extent. Therefore at the moment. these all have good reasons to suggest schizophrenia. hope i