Reading affected in schizophrenia

Researchers compared 20 schizophrenia outpatients and 16 non-psychiatric participants. 

Participants with schizophrenia read more slowly, had smaller eye movements, spent more time processing individual words, and spent more time re-reading. They were also less efficient at processing upcoming words to facilitate reading.

Eye movement measures provide clear objective indicators of how hard people are working as they read, unlike

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