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LINGUIST List 20.2194

Tue Jun 16 2009

Qs: Language as a Diagnostic Criterion for Psychosis

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        1.    Veronika Koller, Language as a Diagnostic Criterion for Psychosis

Message 1: Language as a Diagnostic Criterion for Psychosis
Date: 16-Jun-2009
From: Veronika Koller <v.kollerlancs.ac.uk>
Subject: Language as a Diagnostic Criterion for Psychosis
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Dear colleagues,
Can anyone point me in the direction of studies on language and speech
patterns used in the diagnosis of psychotic illnesses? This could be
general discussions of diagnostic criteria from a linguistic or
psychological/psychiatric point of view, or reports on clinical trials. I
am particularly interested in schizophrenia.

Many thanks and best regards,
Veronika Koller

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics

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