Genetics and Schizophrenia
In 1908 Bleuler prised his own term schizophrenia from the Greek world’s schizien meaning to split and phren meaning mind to capture what he viewed as the essential nature of the condition. Bleuler …show more content…
These kinds of environment factors are what could have a influence on as person developing schizophrenia. It is said that a child that is born in the winter months January through to April have a greater risk of developing schizophrenia then average. Also said is that a baby born in a urban environment has about 50% with a ratio of 1-5 higher risk on developing schizophrenia and child who was born with a mother who had rubella has about 500% increase risk of schizophrenia.
Stress can also play apart in schizophrenia but it must be identified that stress does not cause the illness but it can make schizophrenia symptoms worse.
As we have seen so far in this easy it is clear that genetic factors have an important role in the causes of schizophrenia but genetic factors cannot be the whole story other factors must come into play such as environmental. The possibility of social/psychological causes of schizophrenia is identified by Freud and other psychoanalysts Freud