Not done Sir, but doing.

Plenty is doing.

"A search for causal explanations takes place to "make sense" of the world. This frequently occurs when events violate expectations and achieve prominence.... If schizophrenia is characterised by (a) awareness of aspects of the environment not normally attended to and (b) a reduction of the influence of past regularities on current perception, then abnormal causal relationships may be inferred on the basis of a single co-occurrence."

D.HEMSLEY, 1990, in G.Huber, Idiopathische Psychosen. Stuttgart: Schattauer.

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