Nov 11, 2019

Schizophrenia patients show aberrant brain dynamics associated with gestalt-perception and corollary discharge: Reflections from ERP and fMRI findings

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Arun SasidharanBindu M Kutty


Background: Schizophrenia is a disorder of higher mental attributes, and is characterized by psychotic symptoms that are believed to involve a basic inability to make valid predictions about expected sensations and experiences. These have been reported separately while monitoring either externally generated environmental patterns (e.g. gestalt-perception) or self-generated sensory experiences (e.g. corollary-discharge). As the pathophysiology behind predictive dysfunction is better viewed as an aberration in brain's functional synchrony, a whole brain assessment using electroencephalographic (EEG) event related potential (ERP) and functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) techniques, would offer a wider perspective to brain network abnormalities in schizophrenia. Method: We used our lab-developed game-based task which presents degraded two-tone images to assess gestalt-perception, and simultaneously alters the congruency between participant's button-press response and its auditory feedback to assess corollary-discharge. In both patients with schizophrenia and age-matched healthy controls, we explored event-related changes in an EEG-ERP study (n=21 each) and whole brain functional connectivity changes in a fMRI study (patient...Continue Reading

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