Altered perception of apparent motion in schizophrenia spectrum disorder.

@article{Tschacher2008AlteredPO,
  title={Altered perception of apparent motion in schizophrenia spectrum disorder.},
  author={Wolfgang Tschacher and Priscilla Dubouloz and Rahel Meier and Uli M Junghan},
  journal={Psychiatry research},
  year={2008},
  volume={159 3},
  pages={290-9}
}
Apparent motion (AM), the Gestalt perception of motion in the absence of physical motion, was used to study perceptual organization and neurocognitive binding in schizophrenia. Associations between AM perception and psychopathology as well as meaningful subgroups were sought. Circular and stroboscopic AM stimuli were presented to 68 schizophrenia spectrum patients and healthy participants. Psychopathology was measured using the Positive and Negative Syndrome Scale (PANSS). Psychopathology was… CONTINUE READING