The cognitive basis of disorganization symptomatology in schizophrenia and its clinical correlates: toward a pathogenetic approach to disorganization.

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This article focuses on the schizophrenic disorganization syndrome, which was initially described by Bleuler (who used the term "dissociation") as lying at the heart of schizophrenia. While adopting a neo-Bleulerian approach, we describe schizophrenic disorganization using a pathogenetic hypothesis and a three-part structure. First, we discuss previous… (More)

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@article{HardyBayle2003TheCB, title={The cognitive basis of disorganization symptomatology in schizophrenia and its clinical correlates: toward a pathogenetic approach to disorganization.}, author={Marie-Christine Hardy-Bayle and Yves Sarfati and Christine Passerieux}, journal={Schizophrenia bulletin}, year={2003}, volume={29 3}, pages={459-71} }