The present study investigated for the first time the possibility of a PPI-NSS relation, by hypothesizing that patients with higher levels of sensory integration- and motor sequencing signs also show higher PPI deficits. We also examined the possibility of anassociation of PPI deficits and high NSS scores with negative symptoms.

Neurological soft signs and prepulse inhibition of the startle reflex in psychosis: a pilot study

IRA, Elisa;TOSATO, Sarah;BONETTO, Chiara;ZANONI, Martina;LASALVIA, Antonio;TANSELLA, Michele;RUGGERI, Mirella
2012

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The present study investigated for the first time the possibility of a PPI-NSS relation, by hypothesizing that patients with higher levels of sensory integration- and motor sequencing signs also show higher PPI deficits. We also examined the possibility of anassociation of PPI deficits and high NSS scores with negative symptoms.
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