Sensory and motor secondary symptoms as indicators of brain vulnerability

@inproceedings{LevitBinnun2013SensoryAM,
  title={Sensory and motor secondary symptoms as indicators of brain vulnerability},
  author={Nava Levit-Binnun and Michael Davidovitch and Yulia Golland},
  booktitle={Journal of Neurodevelopmental Disorders},
  year={2013}
}
In addition to the primary symptoms that distinguish one disorder from the next, clinicians have identified, yet largely overlooked, another set of symptoms that appear across many disorders, termed secondary symptoms. In the emerging era of systems neuroscience, which highlights that many disorders share common deficits in global network features, the… CONTINUE READING