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Verbal fluency as a measure of lexical-semantic processing in psychotic disorders and schizophrenia / Gabrić, Petar ; Kužina, Iva ; Vandek, Mija ; Erdeljac, Vlasta ; Sekulić Sović, Martina ; Mimica, Ninoslav ; Ostojić, Draženka ; Savić, Aleksandar.

By: Gabrić, Petar.
Contributor(s): Kužina, Iva [aut] | Vandek, Mija [aut] | Erdeljac, Vlasta [aut] | Sekulić Sović, Martina [aut] | Mimica, Ninoslav [aut] | Ostojić, Draženka [aut] | Savić, Aleksandar [aut].
Material type: ArticleArticleDescription: str.Other title: Verbal fluency as a measure of lexical-semantic processing in psychotic disorders and schizophrenia [Naslov na engleskom:].Subject(s): 3.02 | 6.03 | 8.01 | semantic fluency ; schizophrenia | semantic fluency ; schizophreniaOnline resources: Elektronička verzija In: Clinical Linguistics Workshop "Interdisciplinary Linguistic and Psychiatric Research on Language Disorders", Zagreb, 2018Summary: We firstly introduce the notion of lexical- semantic deficits in schizophrenia and the concept of semantic fluency. We follow with a review of semantic fluency studies in schizophrenia patients. Thereafter, we present the results of two studies from our lab. In a study of semantic fluency in first-episode psychosis with schizophrenia features/symptoms, we found disproportionate deficits across different lexical-semantic categories in the patient group. In another study of on the neuropsychological background of verbal fluency in healthy Croatian speakers, we found that animal fluency is highly correlated with visual object recognition, while tree fluency is also highly correlated with cognitive flexibility and visual episodic memory.
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We firstly introduce the notion of lexical- semantic deficits in schizophrenia and the concept of semantic fluency. We follow with a review of semantic fluency studies in schizophrenia patients. Thereafter, we present the results of two studies from our lab. In a study of semantic fluency in first-episode psychosis with schizophrenia features/symptoms, we found disproportionate deficits across different lexical-semantic categories in the patient group. In another study of on the neuropsychological background of verbal fluency in healthy Croatian speakers, we found that animal fluency is highly correlated with visual object recognition, while tree fluency is also highly correlated with cognitive flexibility and visual episodic memory.

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