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Article
July 1977

Quadruplet HallucinationsPhenotypic Variations of a Schizophrenic Genotype

Author Affiliations

From the Laboratory of Psychology and Psychopathology (Dr Rosenthal), National Institute of Mental Health, Bethesda, Md, and the Department of Sociology and the Center of Sociological Research (Dr Quinn), Goucher College, Towson, Md.

Arch Gen Psychiatry. 1977;34(7):817-827. doi:10.1001/archpsyc.1977.01770190079008
Abstract

• This article provides an in-depth analysis of hallucinations in monozygous quadruplets concordant for schizophrenia. Since all four are genetically identical, deviations among them with regard to various aspects of hallucinations probably represent the effects that nongenetic factors can produce in hallucinating schizophrenics. Concordances probably represent the effects of genetic factors. We present here findings based on this research strategy, and a brief review of the literature on hallucinations.

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