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The etiologic factors underlying schizophrenia have been conceptualized as reflecting two largely genetic componentsthose unique to schizophrenia and those representing vulnerability to neurodevelopmental deviation in general. The Developmental Instability (DI) approach suggests that the latter can be indexed by minor physical anomalies (MPAs), which assess early prenatal growth abnormalities, and fluctuating anatomic asymmetries (FA), which reflects later deviations. Individuals withdoi:10.1016/j.schres.2009.08.014 pmid:19775870 pmcid:PMC3534754 fatcat:xufybmikm5e7xh77h45baez27e