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Modulating the experience of agency: a positron emission tomography study
Defective recognition of one's own actions in patients with schizophrenia.
The findings support the hypothesis that delusions of influence are associated with a quantifiable difficulty in correct self-attribution of actions and may be related to a specific impairment of a neural action attribution system.
Looking for the agent: an investigation into consciousness of action and self-consciousness in schizophrenic patients
Neural correlates of action attribution in schizophrenia
Selective attention to facial emotion and identity in schizophrenia
Confusion between silent and overt reading in schizophrenia
A specific role for efferent information in self-recognition
Perception of self-generated movement following left parietal lesion.
- A. Sirigu, E. Daprati, P. Pradat-Diehl, N. Franck, M. Jeannerod
- Psychology, BiologyBrain : a journal of neurology
- 1 October 1999
It is concluded that the parietal cortex plays an important role in generating and maintaining a kinaesthetic model of ongoing movements, and parietal lesions alter the representational aspects of gestures, and suggest a failure in evaluating and comparing internal and external feedback about movement.
Awareness of action in schizophrenia
- P. Haggard, F. Martin, Marisa Taylor-Clarke, M. Jeannerod, N. Franck
- Psychology, MedicineNeuroReport
- 23 May 2003
The patients showed an unusually strong binding effect between actions and consequences, and the temporal interval between action and consequence appeared shorter for patients than for controls, suggesting patients may overassociate their actions with subsequent events.