Faulty Suppression of Irrelevant Material in Patients with Thought Disorder Linked to Attenuated Frontotemporal Activation

@inproceedings{Arcuri2012FaultySO,
  title={Faulty Suppression of Irrelevant Material in Patients with Thought Disorder Linked to Attenuated Frontotemporal Activation},
  author={Silvia Maria Arcuri and Matthew Broome and Vincent Giampietro and Edson Amaro and Tilo T. J. Kircher and S. C. R. Williams and Christopher M. Andrew and Michael J. Brammer and Robin G. Morris and Philip K. McGuire},
  booktitle={Schizophrenia research and treatment},
  year={2012}
}
Formal thought disorder is a feature schizophrenia that manifests as disorganized, incoherent speech, and is associated with a poor clinical outcome. The neurocognitive basis of this symptom is unclear but it is thought to involve an impairment in semantic processing classically described as a loosening of meaningful associations. Using a paradigm derived from the n400 event-related, potential, we examined the extent to which regional activation during semantic processing is altered in… CONTINUE READING
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