Resources: the glutamate hypothesis of schizphrenia

A colleague needed a short text on the glutamate hypothesis for a reciprocal teaching activity but couldn’t find one pitched at the right level. I therefore wrote one, because it was more fun that what I was actually supposed to be doing.

5 thoughts on “Resources: the glutamate hypothesis of schizphrenia”

  1. Hello,

    My students are writing an assignment on the key perspectives and debates in Psychology.
    Many of them have discovered your fabulous PDF documents on this topic area 🙂
    I was wondering if you could tell me when you published these (roughly – the year)?
    I have a feeling the site used to say 2009 on the page with the link before the PDF pre achives!
    This is just so they can reference you!

    Many thanks in advance!

    1. Hi Suzy. Thank you – it’s always nice to hear that people are finding the resources useful 🙂 If it’s this series of ‘The Basics’ handouts e.g. then 2009 sounds about right (this is based on the specification and the typefaces, not on my memory, which is increasingly unreliable on these matters). If it’s not those, I may be able to work out the upload dates from backups if you can tell me exactly which documents they’re looking at.

      1. Hi Aidan – it is those handouts! Thanks so much for your speedy reply! I teach access students and they adore your resources (as do I). Thanks again 🙂

  2. Hi,
    I am writing a report around the behaviourist approach on schizophrenia and came across one of your PDF documents that I think is titled as abnormal behaviour, it is really useful however I was wondering if you know what year you published it as I need to reference it.

    Many thanks 🙂

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