This chapter focuses on what may be the most widely acknowledged scientific fact about schizophrenia: most patients' symptoms improve in response to dopamine-blocking antipsychotic medication. It describes the elements of neurochemistry implicated in schizophrenia with particular attention to dopamine, serotonin, and glutamate.
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