Twice isn't Nice: Reversed N400 Attenuation to Identity Priming in Schizophrenic Patients.

Blackford, Trevor.

Abstract: Loosening of associations in schizophrenia has long been understood as an underlying abnormality in the organization of semantic memory in patients. In a cross-representational priming paradigm we observed reversed N400 priming in patients relative to controls to target pictures that were preceded by Identity related prime words (i.e. sock ) in a picture naming task. Categorical and Phon... read more

Tufts University. Department of Psychology.
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