Spontaneous expression of facial emotion in schizophrenic and right-brain-damaged patients.

@article{Martin1990SpontaneousEO,
  title={Spontaneous expression of facial emotion in schizophrenic and right-brain-damaged patients.},
  author={Charles Casey Martin and Joan C. Borod and Murray Alpert and Alizah Brozgold and Julie Welkowitz},
  journal={Journal of communication disorders},
  year={1990},
  volume={23 4-5},
  pages={
          287-301
        }
}
The primary neuropsychological theories of schizophrenia have emphasized disturbed dominant hemisphere functioning, although schizophrenics (SZs), particularly those with flat affect, may have deficits resembling those of patients with damage to their right hemisphere. SZs, right-brain-damaged patients (RBDs), and normal controls (NCs) were videotaped while talking about a pleasant and an unpleasant experience. Raters viewed the video recordings of facial activity with the audio portion turned… CONTINUE READING

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