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watch Making Sense of Neural Architecture Search It is no surprise that following the massive success of deep learning technology in solving complicated tasks, there is a growing demand for automated deep learning. IBM Research The world is our lab. Connect with us. The grammatical distinction is available to a mind the moment that argument-taking is an option — which is the moment that there is grammar.
A grammar in which there are arguments can make clauses arguments, too, which then are embedded in other clauses.
If it does, ToM content ipso facto arises, and no special capacity for representing mental state contents has to be postulated beyond grammar itself, which we need anyhow. Crucially, second-order representations are propositions too: it can clearly be false that Bill believes that John is tall.
Such representations are ipso facto part of language, which entails their propositionality for free. In sum, invoking impairments in neurocognitive variables primarily known from neurological patients has met with considerable obstacles in schizophrenia. Correlations of variables with these symptoms have proven difficult; the mechanism of symptom formation is unclear; and core variables like ToM are not likely language-independent. This invites factoring language into the cognitive neuropsychiatry of schizophrenia and to develop more fine-grained clinical tests of grammar-based meaning distinctions to re-assess the connection between language and cognition.
Our account makes us expect the finding that neuroimaging the brain of persons with FTD in particular, have identified anomalies in classical language-related areas and circuitry Weiss et al. Sans-Sansa et al. And Pomarol-Clotet et al.
The scale for the assessment of thought, language, and communication TLC. Contact us Submission enquiries: Access here and click Contact Us General enquiries: info biomedcentral. At the same time, it was underlined that one type of treatment does not fit all. Stubbs, M. The deictic frame of speech and thought.
Many studies have reported aberrant patterns in fronto-temporal networks across schizophrenia in response to a range of tasks with linguistic demands Ngan et al. In addition, while normal adults exhibit left-lateralization of neural activity in fronto-temporal regions during language processing Vigneau et al.
Angrilli et al. This failure of left hemispheric dominance of phonology appears then to extend to schizophrenia in general, which suggests that linguistic sound processing is to some extent impaired throughout the disease. A linguistic model of positive symptoms may cast fresh light on their pathogenesis and underlying neuropsychology.
This makes it hard to tackle delusional thought. If thought of the kind we see impaired in positive symptoms is language-mediated inherently, and a disintegration of basic functions of language in the configuration of reference is seen empirically in symptoms, then language could be a key neurocognitive variable to be targeted in understanding symptom formation, therapeutic intervention, and cognitive remediation. The authors declare that the research was conducted in the absence of any commercial or financial relationships that could be construed as a potential conflict of interest.
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