A Multimodal Analysis of the Time-Course and Neuroanatomy of Real-World Comprehension and its Implications for Schizophrenia

Perrone, Christopher Michael

Deficits in real-world knowledge may underlie both abnormal comprehension and behavior in schizophrenia, contributing to patients' disability. Previous findings suggest that patients with schizophrenia may under-recruit dorsolateral prefrontal cortex (DLPFC) when comprehension requires knowledge of principles of goal-directed actions. One possible explanation for this is that patients were distrac... read more

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