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Electrophysiological assessment methodology of sensory processing dysfunction in schizophrenia and dementia of the Alzheimer type

Danjou, P., Viardot, G., Maurice, D., Garcés, P., Wams, E. J., Phillips, K. G., Bertaina-Anglade, V., McCarthy, A. P. & Pemberton, D. J., Feb-2019, In : Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews. 97, p. 70-84

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  • P. Danjou
  • G. Viardot
  • D. Maurice
  • P. Garcés
  • E. J. Wams
  • K. G. Phillips
  • V. Bertaina-Anglade
  • A. P. McCarthy
  • D. J. Pemberton
Schizophrenia and Alzheimer’s disease impacts on various sensory processings are extensively reviewed in the present publication. This article describes aspects of a research project whose aim is to delineate the neurobiology that may underlie Social Withdrawal in Alzheimer’s disease, Schizophrenia and Major Depression. This is a European-funded IMI 2 project, identified as PRISM (Psychiatric Ratings using Intermediate Stratified Markers). This paper focuses specifically on the selected electrophysiological paradigms chosen based on a comprehensive review of all relevant literature and practical constraints. The choice of the electrophysiological biomarkers were fundamentality based their metrics and capacity to discriminate between populations. The selected electrophysiological paradigms are resting state EEG, auditory mismatch negativity, auditory and visual based oddball paradigms, facial emotion processing ERP’s and auditory steady-state response. The primary objective is to study the effect of social withdrawal on various biomarkers and endophenotypes found altered in the target populations. This has never been studied in relationship to social withdrawal, an important component of CNS diseases.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)70-84
JournalNeuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews
Volume97
Early online date6-Sep-2018
Publication statusPublished - Feb-2019

    Keywords

  • Schizophrenia, Alzheimer’s disease, Oddball paradigm, Mismatch negativity, Emotional processing, Auditory steady-state potentials, Electroencephalogram, EEG

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