The underpin the physiology of schizophrenia through aberrant

The psychotic
symptoms of is seen as a state of aberrant salience when too much dopamine is
produced. The hypothesis is able to explain how elevated dopamine able to
underpin the physiology of schizophrenia through aberrant salience, which is due
to a dysfunctional reward system whereby irrelevant stimuli becomes of interest
to the schizophrenic individual due to a hyper-dopaminergic state (Kapur,
2003). These pathways are related to predict reward, and through this leads to
the emergence of delusions and hallucinations. Although this is the case, it is
up to the individual to make sense of these experiences which leads them to
have delusions and hallucinations.  Therefore,
it can be difficult to gain explicit evidence, as highly based on self
experiences and how the individuals perceive these experiences.