Eleanor K Tomlinson

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It is well established that schizophrenia is associated with difficulties recognising facial expressions of emotion. It has been suggested that this impairment could be specific to moving faces [Archer, J., Hay, D., Young, A., 1994. Movement, face processing and schizophrenia: evidence of a differential deficit in expression analysis. British Journal of(More)
The face-processing skills of people with schizophrenia were compared with those of a group of unimpaired individuals. Participants were asked to make speeded face-classification decisions to faces previously rated as being typical or distinctive. The schizophrenic group responded more slowly than the unimpaired group; however, both groups demonstrated the(More)
relationship exists between the extent of the cho-linergic deficit (reduced choline acetyltransferase) and the severity of either cognitive impairment or neuro-pathological abnormality (senile plaque numbers) in Alzheimer's disease. This observation suggests that the transmitter acetyicholine may be involved in functional aspects of the brain, particularly(More)
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