Are language disorders in acute schizophrenia actually information processing problems?

@article{Rochester1978AreLD,
  title={Are language disorders in acute schizophrenia actually information processing problems?},
  author={S. R. Rochester},
  journal={Journal of psychiatric research},
  year={1978},
  volume={14 1-4},
  pages={
          275-83
        }
}
  • S. R. Rochester
  • Published in
    Journal of psychiatric…
    1978
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • The psycholinguistic hypotheses may be characterized briefly as follows: 1. The acute schizophrenic speaker/listener is for the most part an adequate user of language.? (a) As a listener, the schizophrenic subject uses syntax as a basis for information processing, just as normal listeners do. (b) As a speaker, the schizophrenic subject forms syntactically adequate clauses and uses a lexicon which is generally familiar to native speakers of English. 2. When the schizophrenic speaker fails to… CONTINUE READING

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