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Burns J. on PAPER: Pearlson GD. et al., 2007, The problem with the balanced polymorphism model for schizophrenia is the following: To... 15 Aug 2008. 

Burns J. on ONLINE DISCUSSION: Truly Better Prognosis in the Developing World?, Developing world poverty, inequality, violence, and social fragmentation are not good for... 5 Nov 2007. 

Burns J. on ONLINE DISCUSSION: The New Epidemiology of Schizophrenia, Exposing the myth of constant prevalence and incidence rates of schizophrenia is a welcome... 9 Apr 2007. 

Burns J. on NEWS: DARPP-32 Haplotype Affects Frontostriatal Cognition and Schizophrenia Risk, This study provides hard empirical evidence for the hypothesis that psychosis (and... 14 Feb 2007. 

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