Nonconscious processing, anterior cingulate, and catatonia

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 25 (5):578-579 (2002)

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Rajendra Badgaiyan
Harvard University
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A composite cognitive model of a neuropsychiatric condition should integrate clinical symptoms with the impairments of cognitive information processing. A model of catatonia, for example, should emphasize deficits of nonconscious information processing that impair a patient's ability to use implicit motor feedback for execution and termination of a voluntary motor activity.
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