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Sex-Dependent Association of Perigenual Anterior Cingulate Cortex Volume and Migration Background, an Environmental Risk Factor for Schizophrenia

Akdeniz, Ceren ; Schäfer, Axel ; Streit, Fabian ; Haller, Leila ; Wüst, Stefan ; Kirsch, Peter ; Tost, Heike ; Meyer-Lindenberg, Andreas



Abstract

Migration status is one of the best-established risk factors for schizophrenia. An increase in risk is observed in both first-and second-generation immigrants, with a varying magnitude depending on the ethnic background of the individuals. The underlying mechanisms for the increased risk are only recently coming into focus. A causal role for social stress has been widely proposed, and recent work ...

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