Poster #M83 DO PATIENTS WITH SCHIZOPHRENIA USE PROSODIC FOCUS MARKING TO ATTRIBUTE MENTAL STATES IN A CONVERSATION SITUATION?

@article{ChampagneLavau2014PosterD,
  title={Poster #M83 DO PATIENTS WITH SCHIZOPHRENIA USE PROSODIC FOCUS MARKING TO ATTRIBUTE MENTAL STATES IN A CONVERSATION SITUATION?},
  author={Maud Champagne-Lavau and Amandine Michelas and Catherine Faget and Cristel Portes and Christophe Lançon},
  journal={Schizophrenia Research},
  year={2014},
  volume={153}
}
Many previous studies have established that individuals with schizophrenia (SZ) experienced deficits in social cognition including Theory of Mind (ToM) disorders (Brune 2005, Green et al. 2008). Very few studies have investigated these impairments in schizophrenia during natural communication situations (McCabe et al. 2004, Champagne-Lavau et al. 2009). However, to fully characterize ToM ability in schizophrenia, we need to understand several components of this ability that specifically appear… CONTINUE READING