What are the neurocognitive correlates of basic self-disturbance in schizophrenia?: Integrating phenomenology and neurocognition Part 2 (Aberrant salience)
B Nelson, TJ Whitford, S Lavoie, LA Sass
SCHIZOPHRENIA RESEARCH | ELSEVIER | Published : 2014
Phenomenological research indicates that disturbance of the basic sense of self may be a core phenotypic marker of schizophrenia spectrum disorders. Basic self-disturbance refers to disruption of the sense of ownership of experience and agency of action and is associated with a variety of anomalous subjective experiences. Little is known about the neurocognitive underpinnings of basic self-disturbance. In these two theoretical papers (of which this is Part 2), we review some recent phenomenological and neurocognitive research and point to a convergence of these approaches around the concept of self-disturbance. Specifically, we propose that subjective anomalies associated with basic self-dis..View full abstract
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BN is supported by an NHMRC Career Development Fellowship (#1027532). TJW is supported by a Young Investigator Award (Barbara and John Streicker Investigator) from the National Alliance for Research on Schizophrenia and Depression (NARSAD) Brain and Behavior Research Foundation (#17537).