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Modulating the experience of agency: a positron emission tomography study
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It is demonstrated that the level of activity of specific brain areas maps onto the experience of causing or controlling an action, particularly in the inferior part of the parietal lobe. Expand
Defective recognition of one's own actions in patients with schizophrenia.
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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. Expand
Looking for the agent: an investigation into consciousness of action and self-consciousness in schizophrenic patients
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Hallucinating and deluded schizophrenic patients were more impaired in their own hand from the alien one than the non-hallucinating ones, and tended to misattribute the alien hand to themselves. Expand
Neural correlates of action attribution in schizophrenia
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An aberrant relationship is found between the subject's degree of control of the movements and rCBF in the right angular gyrus and no modulation in the insular cortex and the implications for understanding pathological conditions such as schizophrenia are discussed. Expand
Selective attention to facial emotion and identity in schizophrenia
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The selective attention competencies in schizophrenia and the independence hypothesis of emotion and face recognition are discussed in the framework of current face recognition models. Expand
Confusion between silent and overt reading in schizophrenia
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The data favour the hypothesis that the inability to correctly discriminate between inner and overt speech may play a role in the onset of schizophrenic hallucinations. Expand
Perception of self-generated movement following left parietal lesion.
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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. Expand
A specific role for efferent information in self-recognition
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Self-recognition was significantly more accurate when subjects were themselves the authors of the action, even though visual and proprioceptive information always specified the same posture, and despite the fact that subjects judged the effect and not the action per se. Expand
The role of proprioception in action recognition
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The results first argue in favour of a dominant role of proprioception in action recognition, but they also stress the possible role of central signals. Expand
Cerebral blood flow changes associated with Schneiderian first-rank symptoms in schizophrenia.
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A cerebral pattern of activation related to Schneiderian symptoms is demonstrated and the hypothesis of an involvement of cortical areas that mediate space and body representation in such phenomena is reinforced. Expand
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