Reconciling schizophrenic deficits in top-down and bottom-up processes: Not yet

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 26 (1):96-96 (2003)
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Abstract

This commentary challenges the authors to use their computational modeling techniques to support one of their central claims: that schizophrenic deficits in bottom-up (Gestalt-type tasks) and top-down (cognitive control tasks) context processing tasks arise from the same dysfunction. Further clarification about the limits of cognitive coordination would also strengthen the hypothesis.

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