Not done Sir, but doing.

Plenty is doing.

"Eye-movement dysfunctions, detectable during smooth pursuit but not during saccadic movements, occur in a majority of schizophrenics and in about 45% of their first degree relatives.... [My evidence is that] when considered together, schizophrenia and eye-movement dysfunctions can be accounted for by a single autosomal dominant gene."

P.S.HOLZMAN (University of Harvard), 1988, to 24th International Congress of Psychology, in Sydney (Abstract S 661).

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