Error-correction problems in autism: evidence for a monitoring impairment?

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With a task involving the launching of missiles at targets, Malenka et al. (1982) and C. Frith and Done (1989) showed that schizophrenic patients with delusions of alien control and auditory hallucinations were likely to leave erroneous responses uncorrected whose outcomes were not visible until the missile hit or failed to hit the target, while being able… (More)

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@article{Russell1998ErrorcorrectionPI, title={Error-correction problems in autism: evidence for a monitoring impairment?}, author={James A Russell and Christopher Jarrold}, journal={Journal of autism and developmental disorders}, year={1998}, volume={28 3}, pages={177-88} }