Schizophrenia has been found to develop mainly due to genetic predisposition. As result of this research it has been found that parents with this disorder are much more likely to produce offspring prone to the same fate. As further proof that genetics play a huge part in suffering from schizophrenia identical twins are fifty percent more likely to have the disorder if one of the children suffer from the condition. Diagnosis can be a very difficult thing to do due to the effects on the brain. The base reason for many of the side effects of schizophrenia is uncontrolled release of dopamine by the brain. Studies involving this disorder have also shown that other brain related issues can cause the onset of schizophrenia. In many cases of schizophrenic behavior drug abuse, such as amphetamines, has been found to cause individuals to worsen this disorder due to its affects of the brains production and storage of dopamine. Another theory about the cause of this disorder is that family and social interaction heavily influences the development of schizophrenia. If the genetic disposition is already present patients that come from backgrounds that display high levels of negative emotions are at least twice as likely to be committed for treatment. It has also been found that individuals that have suffered from a rapid lose in social status are far mostly like to develop schizophrenia due stress factors that affect the brain. Copping mechanism of the brain distance a person from reality to deal with these stress factors.