Selective corticostriatal dysfunction in schizophrenia: examination of motor and cognitive skill learning.

@article{Foerde2008SelectiveCD,
  title={Selective corticostriatal dysfunction in schizophrenia: examination of motor and cognitive skill learning.},
  author={Karin Foerde and Russell A. Poldrack and Barbara J Khan and Fred W. Sabb and Susan Y. Bookheimer and Robert M. Bilder and Don W. Guthrie and Eric Granholm and Keith H. Nuechterlein and Stephen R Marder and Robert F. Asarnow},
  journal={Neuropsychology},
  year={2008},
  volume={22 1},
  pages={
          100-9
        }
}
It has been suggested that patients with schizophrenia have corticostriatal circuit dysfunction (Carlsson & Carlsson, 1990). Skill learning is thought to rely on corticostriatal circuitry and different types of skill learning may be related to separable corticostriatal loops (Grafton, Hazeltine, & Ivry, 1995; Poldrack, Prabhakaran, Seger, & Gabrieli, 1999). The authors examined motor (Serial Reaction Time task, SRT) and cognitive (Probabilistic Classification task, PCT) skill learning in… CONTINUE READING
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