Understanding why patients with schizophrenia do not perceive the hollow-mask illusion using dynamic causal modelling

  title={Understanding why patients with schizophrenia do not perceive the hollow-mask illusion using dynamic causal modelling},
  author={D. Dima and J. Roiser and D. Dietrich and C. Bonnemann and H. Lanfermann and H. Emrich and W. Dillo},
  • D. Dima, J. Roiser, +4 authors W. Dillo
  • Published 2009
  • Psychology, Medicine, Computer Science
  • NeuroImage
  • Patients suffering from schizophrenia are less susceptible to various visual illusions. For example, healthy participants perceive a hollow mask as a normal face, presumably due to the strength of constraining top-down influences, while patients with schizophrenia do not (Schneider, U., Leweke, F.M., Sternemann, U., Weber, M.M., Emrich, H.M., 1996. Visual 3D illusion: a systems-theoretical approach to psychosis. Eur. Arch. Psychiatry Clin. Neurosci. 246, 256-260; Scheider, U., Borsutzky, M… CONTINUE READING
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