Neural Plasticity / 2015 / Article / Fig 2

Review Article

Neurodevelopmental Plasticity in Pre- and Postnatal Environmental Interactions: Implications for Psychiatric Disorders from an Evolutionary Perspective

Figure 2

A schematic diagram illustrating that (a) psychiatric conditions may be understood to be the extreme ends of a normal distribution of brain function and (b) whether behavioral phenotypes associated with psychiatric disorders could be advantageous or disadvantageous may depend on the environment.
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