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Unformatted text preview: greatest when the disorder develops: a. rapidly in response to a stressful life situation. b. slowly over a period of years. c. in reaction to abnormalities in brain chemistry. d. during adolescence or early adulthood. 4. Schizophrenia victims' difficulty with focusing attention is most likely to be related to a smaller-than-normal: a. thalamus. b. cerebellum. c. hypothalamus. d. pituitary gland. 5. Oxygen deprivation at the time of birth is a known risk factor for: a. panic disorder. b. schizophrenia. c. bipolar disorder. d. agoraphobia....
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