Signature Impairment of Affective Prosody Confirmed in Schizophrenia

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Signature Impairment of Affective Prosody Confirmed in Schizophrenia

Published on 4th December 2017
Joseph-S-R-de-Saram

Joseph S R de Saram (JSRDS)

Information Security Architect / Intelligence Analyst / Computer Scientist / Human Rights Activist / COMSEC / SIGINT / TSCM
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Joseph de Saram demonstrates how Aprosodia, a neurological condition characterized by the inability of a person to properly convey or interpret emotional Prosody. is a signature clinical finding in Schizophrenoa.

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Psycholinguistics/Prosody

Emotion is a very important part of our conveyance and understanding of language. Research has shown that our understanding and memory of sentences and speech can be altered by emotional aspects. Emotions in speech can be conveyed from the words that we...

Disturbances of affective prosody in patients with schizophrenia; a cross sectional study

The objective was to determine whether disturbances of affective prosody constitute part of the symptomatology of schizophrenia. Affective prosody is defined here as a neuropsychological function that encompasses all non-verbal aspects of language that are necessary for recognising and conveying emotions in communication. ...

IT IS EASY TO CONFIRM A COMPLETE ABSENCE OF MENTAL ILLNESS 🙂

I refer to the following article:-

Impaired Perception of Affective Prosody in Schizophrenia

Emerging study results suggest that there are both clinical and biological links between autism and schizophrenia. The question regarding whether there is phenotypic overlap or comorbidity between autism and schizophrenia dates back to 1943, when Kanner1 first used the term “autism” to describe egocentricity. The distinction between the two disorders remained unclear for nearly 30 years, until DSM-II included children with autism under the diagnostic umbrella ...

Affective-prosodic deficits in schizophrenia: profiles of patients with brain damage and comparison with relation to schizophrenic symptoms

Emerging study results suggest that there are both clinical and biological links between autism and schizophrenia. The question regarding whether there is phenotypic overlap or comorbidity between autism and schizophrenia dates back to 1943, when Kanner1 first used the term “autism” to describe egocentricity. The distinction between the two disorders remained unclear for nearly 30 years, until DSM-II included children with autism under the diagnostic umbrella ...

Impaired recognition and expression of emotional prosody in schizophrenia: Review and meta-analysis

Emerging study results suggest that there are both clinical and biological links between autism and schizophrenia. The question regarding whether there is phenotypic overlap or comorbidity between autism and schizophrenia dates back to 1943, when Kanner1 first used the term “autism” to describe egocentricity. The distinction between the two disorders remained unclear for nearly 30 years, until DSM-II included children with autism under the diagnostic umbrella ...

Not Pitch Perfect: Sensory Contributions to Affective Communication Impairment in Schizophrenia

Emerging study results suggest that there are both clinical and biological links between autism and schizophrenia. The question regarding whether there is phenotypic overlap or comorbidity between autism and schizophrenia dates back to 1943, when Kanner1 first used the term “autism” to describe egocentricity. The distinction between the two disorders remained unclear for nearly 30 years, until DSM-II included children with autism under the diagnostic umbrella ...

Altered lateralisation of emotional prosody processing in schizophrenia

Emerging study results suggest that there are both clinical and biological links between autism and schizophrenia. The question regarding whether there is phenotypic overlap or comorbidity between autism and schizophrenia dates back to 1943, when Kanner1 first used the term “autism” to describe egocentricity. The distinction between the two disorders remained unclear for nearly 30 years, until DSM-II included children with autism under the diagnostic umbrella ...

The emotional paradox: Dissociation between explicit and implicit processing of emotional prosody in schizophrenia

Emerging study results suggest that there are both clinical and biological links between autism and schizophrenia. The question regarding whether there is phenotypic overlap or comorbidity between autism and schizophrenia dates back to 1943, when Kanner1 first used the term “autism” to describe egocentricity. The distinction between the two disorders remained unclear for nearly 30 years, until DSM-II included children with autism under the diagnostic umbrella ...

Prosody recognition and audiovisual emotion matching in schizophrenia: The contribution of cognition and psychopathology

Emerging study results suggest that there are both clinical and biological links between autism and schizophrenia. The question regarding whether there is phenotypic overlap or comorbidity between autism and schizophrenia dates back to 1943, when Kanner1 first used the term “autism” to describe egocentricity. The distinction between the two disorders remained unclear for nearly 30 years, until DSM-II included children with autism under the diagnostic umbrella ...

Receptive and Expressive Social Communication in Schizophrenia

Emerging study results suggest that there are both clinical and biological links between autism and schizophrenia. The question regarding whether there is phenotypic overlap or comorbidity between autism and schizophrenia dates back to 1943, when Kanner1 first used the term “autism” to describe egocentricity. The distinction between the two disorders remained unclear for nearly 30 years, until DSM-II included children with autism under the diagnostic umbrella ...

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Shared clinical features

Although the disorders are distinct, they have shared clinical features.

SOCIAL WITHDRAWAL, COMMUNICATION IMPAIRMENT, and POOR EYE CONTACT

seen in ASD are similar to the negative symptoms seen in youths with schizophrenia.

11 When higher-functioning individuals with autism are stressed, they become highly anxious and at times may appear thought-disordered and paranoid, particularly when they are asked to shift set (such as being asked to change a topic of conversation or to stop an activity that they are engaged in and begin a new activity).

[DOES NOT APPLY TO ME – ASK ME ABOUT ANYTHING AND ANALYSE THE RESPONSES :)]

12 A subset of children (28%) in the ongoing NIMH study of COS have been reported to have comorbid COS and ASD.7

Joseph-S-R-de-Saram

Joseph S R de Saram (JSRDS)

Information Security Architect / Intelligence Analyst / Computer Scientist / Human Rights Activist / COMSEC / SIGINT / TSCM
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