Specific motion processing pathway deficit during eye tracking in schizophrenia: A performance-matched functional magnetic resonance imaging study

@article{Hong2005SpecificMP,
  title={Specific motion processing pathway deficit during eye tracking in schizophrenia: A performance-matched functional magnetic resonance imaging study},
  author={L. Elliot Hong and Malle A. Tagamets and Mar{\'i}a M. Avila and Ikwunga Wonodi and Gunvant K. Thaker},
  journal={Biological Psychiatry},
  year={2005},
  volume={57},
  pages={726-732}
}
BACKGROUND The neural mechanisms underlying smooth pursuit eye movement (SPEM) abnormalities in schizophrenia are not well understood. Previous evidence suggests that a deficit in the processing of internal representations of object motion (extraretinal motion) contributes to SPEM deficits in patients. Functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) activation was compared between patients and control subjects to determine whether schizophrenia patients exhibit abnormal cerebral activation in… CONTINUE READING
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