*  AI-Lab People - Ralph E. Hoffman
We have collaborated with him on computational modeling of schizophrenic language processing. He was a co-advisor of Uli ... Brain and Cognitive Disorders Cognitive Science Computational Neuroscience Memory Natural Language Processing (Cognitive) ... A Subsymbolic Model of Language Pathology in Schizophrenia 2007 Uli Grasemann, Risto Miikkulainen, Ralph Hoffman, In ... Modeling Acute and Compensated Language Disturbance in Schizophrenia 2011 Uli Grasemann, Ralph Hoffman and Risto Miikkulainen, ...
  http://www.cs.utexas.edu/users/ai-lab/?hoffman
*  Search results for `Biosemiotics` - PhilPapers
Poetics in Schizophrenic Language: Speech, Gesture and Biosemiotics.James Goss - 2011 - Biosemiotics 4 (3):291-307.details. No ... filter by language. Configure languages here. Sign in to use this feature. ... The relation of genetic language and human language is the central issue. They are separated by 4 billion years and require ... filter by language. Configure languages here. Sign in to use this feature. ...
  https://philpapers.org/s/Biosemiotics
*  Drugs and language
The effects of psychoactive drugs and neuroleptics on language in normal subjects and schizophrenic patients: a review by. ... on language in normal subjects and schizophrenic patients. Eighteen studies that have investigated the effects of different ... methodological and theoretical considerations of results are debated in the framework of schizophrenic language disorders. TCAs ... on language are reviewed. There are no studies concerning the effects of neuroleptics on language in healthy subjects. The ...
  https://www.biopsychiatry.com/language.htm
*  Meta-communication - Wikipedia
Frow, J. (2001). Metaphor and Metacommunication in Schizophrenic Language. Social Semiotics, 11(3), 275-287. Mateus, S. (2017 ... Sarangi, S. (1998). Beyond Language, Beyond Awareness: Metacommunication in Instructional Settings. Language Awareness, 7(2-3 ... Research on Language and Social Interaction, 20, 1-51. "Bateson on Communication and Meta-communication" "The concept of ... Language in Society, 13(1), 1-28. Chinyowa, K. C. (2007). Frames of metacommunication in African theatre for development. ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Meta-communication
*  List of MeSH codes (F01) - Wikipedia
... schizophrenic language MeSH F01.145.126.980 --- self-injurious behavior MeSH F01.145.126.980.750 --- self mutilation MeSH ... language development MeSH F01.525.200.310.250 --- child language MeSH F01.525.200.310.300 --- crying MeSH F01.658.059 --- ... sign language MeSH F01.145.209.631 --- persuasive communication MeSH F01.145.209.729 --- propaganda MeSH F01.145.209.908 --- ... language MeSH F01.145.209.459 --- narration MeSH F01.145.209.520 --- negotiating MeSH F01.145.209.530 --- nonverbal ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_MeSH_codes_(F01)
*  Supervisory attentional system - Wikipedia
Schizophrenic patients have intellectual, social and language impairments. Schizophrenic's executive functions were examined on ... The dorsolateral region of the frontal lobes is involved in thinking and language, and organizes mental representations of ... These results indicate that schizophrenic patients either have specific impairments for each of these tasks separately, or ... In contrast to the general impairment imposed for schizophrenics, focal lesions assumed specific deficits. Children with autism ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Supervisory_attentional_system
*  Depression | Harvard Catalyst Profiles | Harvard Catalyst
Schizophrenic Language. *Self-Injurious Behavior. *Stress, Psychological. *Wandering Behavior. Below are MeSH descriptors whose ...
  https://connects.catalyst.harvard.edu/Profiles/display/Concept/Depression
*  Papers with the keyword bizarre delusions means in schizophrenia | Read by QxMD
The bizarre language of schizophrenics is nowadays generally believed to be the meaningless breakdown product of a ... The bizarre language of schizophrenics is nowadays generally believed to be the meaningless breakdown product of a ... that schizophrenics speak a meaningful language that is syntactically and morphologically similar to ordinary language, but is ... that schizophrenics speak a meaningful language that is syntactically and morphologically similar to ordinary language, but is ...
  https://www.readbyqxmd.com/keyword/100828
*  Hardcore Politics: Trump and His Base
This makes me remember Thamsanqa Jantjie, that schizophrenic guy who did the fake sign language interpretation at Nelson ...
  https://www.counterpunch.org/2017/08/28/hardcore-politics-trump-and-his-base/
*  Emotional lateralization - Wikipedia
... right hemisphere lateralization extends beyond prosody to many of aspects of language and speech processing in schizophrenic ... Brain and Language. 84: 105-119, 2003 Fernandez-Carriba, S., A. Loeches, A. Morcillo, and W.D. Hopkins. Functional asymmetry of ... Most language production and processing occur in the left hemisphere while the majority of the emotional processing and ... b) The right hemisphere is dominant in emotional expression in a similar way that the left hemisphere is dominant in language. ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emotional_lateralization
*  Schizophrenics Lack Vital Brain Receptor
It is the absence of a vital brain receptor that make schizophrenics experience turbulence in their brains, new research ... Language Areas in The Brain. The mechanism of how human brain processes the language to express and comprehend the verbal, ... Parkinsons Disease Parkinsons Disease Surgical Treatment Brain Brain Facts Ataxia Language Areas in The Brain Ways to Improve ... It is the absence of a vital brain receptor that makes schizophrenics experience turbulence in their brains, new research ...
  https://www.medindia.net/news/Schizophrenics-Lack-Vital-Brain-Receptor-43729-1.htm
*  Brain Defect Traps Schizophrenics in Twilight Zone, Says Study
A new study finds schizophrenic patients struggle to turn goals into actions because brain structures governing desire and ... Language Areas in The Brain. The mechanism of how human brain processes the language to express and comprehend the verbal, ... Brain Defect Traps Schizophrenics in Twilight Zone, Says Study. by Sheela Philomena on August 17, 2014 at 11:51 AM Research ... schizophrenic subjects had a liking for snack foods equivalent to healthy adults. when researchers reduced the value of one of ...
  http://www.medindia.net/news/brain-defect-traps-schizophrenics-in-twilight-zone-says-study-140072-1.htm
*  Clinical Characteristics and Explanations of Schizophrenia - Revision Cards in A Level and IB Psychology
Approach focuses on cognition of schizophrenics i.e. perception, attention, language,memory and problem solving. ... Berger-schizophrenics higher recall of double-bind situations. However recall may be affected by illness.. Liem - no ... Weakness- Schizophrenic behaviour not similar to infant behaviour. Weakens idea of regression to infant state. ... Almost certainly physiological abnormalities in schizophrenics which lead to cognitive deficits.. *Cognitive deficits lead to ...
  https://getrevising.co.uk/revision-cards/clinical_characteristics_and_explanations_of
*  Gibberish - Wikipedia
"A systematic examination of gibberish in a multilingual schizophrenic patient". Language and Speech. Sage. 2 (1): 1-8. doi: ... which is the Angloromani variant of the Romani language word meaning "language" or "tongue". To non-speakers, the Anglo-Romany ... Stay off gobbledygook language." Later, writing in the New York Times Magazine, he defined gobbledygook as "talk or writing ... The language used in these fields may contain complex sentences and specialized jargon or buzzwords, making it difficult for ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gibberish
*  Willem van Genk - Wikipedia
The Shattered Vision of Schizophrenics in no fewer than three languages. In his rather polemical study Plokker denies the ... Van Genk read widely in at least three languages, with fluency in German and English as well as Dutch. His library housed books ... and I have relied instead on a critical reading of three Dutch-English dual language texts in the preparation of my text. See ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Willem_van_Genk
*  Ask Slashdot: Working With Others, As a Schizophrenic Developer? - Slashdot
As a developer who works alone and remotely (while living with my own family) - and is schizophrenic - there would be times I ... I have a problem with the language center of my brain.. If you want you can work on side-projects with me. I have others who ... there isn't a clear, universally applicable line which distinguishes all schizophrenics from all non-schizophrenics ... As a developer who works alone and remotely (while living with my own family) - and is schizophrenic - there would be times I ...
  https://ask.slashdot.org/story/13/12/22/0832204/ask-slashdot-working-with-others-as-a-schizophrenic-developer?sbsrc=developers
*  University Bulletin: University Course Descriptions
... schizophrenics whose language reflects aspects of their disorder, children diagnosed with Williams Syndrome who appear to have ... It is distinguished from PSYCH 457, Psychology of Language, by a focus on the implications of language, language development, ... Does language development depend on exposure to spoken language? In this course we will examine the relation between language ... Topics to be covered include the typical development and use of language as well as language and cognition in individuals whose ...
  http://bulletins.psu.edu/undergrad/courses/P/PSYCH/426/200607SP
*  Essential fatty acids in plasma phospholipids in schizophrenics.
Similar and consistent differences between schizophrenics and contro ... Blood samples were taken from schizophrenics and control patients in three different centers. The phospholipids were extracted ... Languages: eng Pagination: 562-8 Citation Subset: IM Affiliation: Efamol Research Institute, Kentville, Nova Scotia, Canada.. ... Previous Document: Sensory gating in schizophrenics and normal controls: effects of changing stimulation interval.. Next ...
  http://www.biomedsearch.com/nih/Essential-fatty-acids-in-plasma/2920191.html
*  Neuropsychological impairments in neuroleptic-responder vs. -nonresponder schizophrenic patients and healthy volunteers.
To determine whether two groups of schizophrenic patients representing the two extremes of the neuroleptic response-spectrum ( ... Languages: eng Pagination: 229-38 Citation Subset: IM Affiliation: Douglas Hospital Research Center, McGill University, Que., ... NR schizophrenic patients performed worse in all neuropsychological domains compared to normal controls and R schizophrenic ... 7375306 - Time estimation among schizophrenics.. 10722186 - Perception of threat in schizophrenics with persecutory delusions: ...
  http://www.biomedsearch.com/nih/Neuropsychological-impairments-in-neuroleptic-responder/11738536.html
*  Schizophrenic | definition of schizophrenic by Medical dictionary
... schizophrenic explanation free. What is schizophrenic? Meaning of schizophrenic medical term. What does schizophrenic mean? ... Looking for online definition of schizophrenic in the Medical Dictionary? ... Language: English. Español. Deutsch. Français. Italiano. العربية. 中文简体. Polski. Português. Nederlands. Norsk. Ελληνική. Русский ... schizophrenic. Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.. Related to schizophrenic: schizophrenic disorder ...
  http://medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/schizophrenic
*  Nelson Mandela signer translated on Jimmy Kimmel Live - Hot Topics
Fine, but what did the self-proclaimed sign language interpreter actually say? In a moment that may have actually overtaken the ... Jantjie says he suffers hallucinations and is a schizophrenic. ... Jantjie says he suffers hallucinations and is a schizophrenic. ... Jimmy Kimmel sought the answer from Justin Maurer, a legitimate sign language interpreter who has done some work for Kimmel's ... Fine, but what did the self-proclaimed sign language interpreter actually say? ...
  https://blog.chron.com/hottopics/2013/12/nelson-mandela-signer-translated-on-jimmy-kimmel-live/
*  ERIC - Schizophrenic Performance During Interpersonal Competitive Conditions, Journal of Clinical Psychology, 1977
... an attempt was made to determine more accurately whether schizophrenics respond differently to competition than ... nonschizophrenics, and if the effects of competition tend to be task-specific with schizophrenics. (Author/RK) ... By assessing the competitive performance of schizophrenics on different types of tasks and by using nonschizophrenic groups, ... By assessing the competitive performance of schizophrenics on different types of tasks and by using nonschizophrenic groups, an ...
  https://eric.ed.gov/?id=EJ171028
*  High prevalence of Helicobacter pylori in institutionalized schizophrenic patients
Language. English. UGent publication?. no. UGent classification. A1. Copyright statement. I have transferred the copyright for ... High prevalence of Helicobacter pylori in institutionalized schizophrenic patients. Marc De Hert, Marc Hautekeete, D De Wilde ... De Hert M, Hautekeete M, De Wilde D, Peuskens J. High prevalence of Helicobacter pylori in institutionalized schizophrenic ... "High Prevalence of Helicobacter Pylori in Institutionalized Schizophrenic Patients." Schizophrenia Research 26 (2-3): 243-244. ...
  https://biblio.ugent.be/publication/270631
*  Diagnostic substitution - Wikipedia
... schizophrenic, mentally retarded, or language impaired. Shattuck, Paul. "Diagnostic Substitution". Springer Reference. Springer ... such as language impairment or intellectual handicaps, so this diagnosis may be preferred." Bishop has herself published a ... have been diagnosed with developmental language disorder. Emily Willingham has noted that at the time autism was first reported ... Evidence from a study of adults with a history of developmental language disorder". Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology. ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diagnostic_substitution
*  Ten Commandments for How to Talk About Mental Health | Psychology Today
"Person-first" language is "Mary has ______" (e.g., "schizophrenia," "bipolar disorder"), not "Mary is _____ (e.g., " ... I explained that "John has schizophrenia" puts the emphasis on the person, not his illness, while "John is schizophrenic" ... I'll also include the disclaimer that today's "politically correct" language may not be okay at some point in the future, since ... The current preferred language is to say a person "has an intellectual or developmental disability." ...
  https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/the-recovery-coach/201706/ten-commandments-how-talk-about-mental-health