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Schizophrenic disorders and reading disturbance

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Manschreck, T.C. ; Lab. for Clinical & Exp. Psychopathology, Harvard Med. Sch., MA, USA

Schizophrenic disorders, perhaps the most serious of severe mental disorders, develop in adulthood in about 1% of the population. Patients with these conditions frequently report a host of cognitive impairments, including reading disturbances. Case observations, the literature on reading disturbances in these disorders, and recent empirical studies that indicate potential linkages between reading disturbances and semantic memory processes are discussed.

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Professional Communication, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:PC-29 ,  Issue: 2 )