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Heimer H. on NEWS: Study Claiming Eight Types of Schizophrenia Called Into Question, [Editor's note: The discussion on this paper continues apace as of October 7, with... 8 Oct 2014. 

Heimer H. on PAPER: Donohoe G. et al., 2010, This article is featured in a Journal Club discussion co-sponsored by Neuropsychopharmacology... 13 Jan 2010. 

Heimer H. on PAPER: Torrey EF. et al., 2009, This article is featured in a Journal Club discussion co-sponsored by Schizophrenia Bulletin... 13 Jan 2010. 

Heimer H. on NEWS: ICOSR 2009—Psychosis: Is It All From Your Hippocampus?, Reply to David Oberlander Ampakines continue to show the ability to rescue... 6 Jun 2009. 

Heimer H. on NEWS: SfN Atlanta: Baby Steps in the Study of DISC1, In response to our query (see above), Weidong Li sends the following... 14 Nov 2006. 

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