Altered syntactic abilities in first-episode patients, an inner phenomenon characterizing psychosis

Abstract

Research has consistently shown that language abilities represent a core dimension of psychosis; however, to date, very little is known about syntactic comprehension performance in the early stages of psychosis. This study aims to compare the linguistic abilities involved in syntactic comprehension in a large group of First Episode Psychosis (FEP) patients and healthy controls (HCs).

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European Psychiatry, 61
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Angela Andreella
Assistant Professor at Ca’ Foscari University of Venice

My research interests include Multiple Testing problem and Procrustes technique, generally statistical methods in the Neuroscience field.

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