Eyes reveal reading trouble in schizophrenia eye movementsMcGill Universityschizophreniaschizophrenia patients
By examining eye movements, researchers at McGill University have found that people with schizophrenia read differently and with more difficulty.
While schizophrenia patients are known to have abnormalities in language and in eye movements, until recently reading ability was believed to be unaffected.
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