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Updated 6 August 2010
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Live Discussion: Language and Schizophrenia

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Debra Titone

“The study of language and schizophrenia has a long history dating back to the earliest reports of the disorder," writes Debra Titone of McGill University in her introduction to the current issue of the Journal of Neurolinguistics. The goal of that issue was to sample some of the recent developments in this field, and that was the focus of our live discussion, Thursday, 1 April 2010.

We invite you to read Titone's introductory article, provided courtesy of Elsevier Journals, and to provide commentary on this and the other articles in the issue, which can be accessed at the Journal of Neurolinguistics webpage.

Article reprinted from Titone D. Language, communication, & schizophrenia. J Neurolinguistics. 2010 May 1;23(3):173. (With permission from Elsevier.)

View Transcript of Live Discussion — Posted 6 August 2010

View Comments By:
Gina Kuperberg — Posted 31 March 2010
Stuart Steinhauer — Posted 1 April 2010
Timothy Crow — Posted 1 April 2010
Michael Kiang — Posted 2 April 2010
Ruth Condray — Posted 2 April 2010

Comments on Online Discussion
Comment by:  Gina Kuperberg
Submitted 30 March 2010 Posted 31 March 2010

Deb makes two very important points in her introductory...  Read more

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Comment by:  Stuart Steinhauer
Submitted 1 April 2010 Posted 1 April 2010

One of the thematic aspects that recurs in considering...  Read more

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Comment by:  Timothy Crow
Submitted 31 March 2010 Posted 1 April 2010

I outline the four-quadrant theory as follows:

1. The...  Read more

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Comment by:  Michael Kiang
Submitted 1 April 2010 Posted 2 April 2010

An important ongoing endeavor is to delineate the link...  Read more

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Comment by:  Ruth Condray
Submitted 1 April 2010 Posted 2 April 2010

First, I would like to thank Deb Titone for organizing...  Read more

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