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Verbal hallucinations, intentionality, and interpersonal experience. An interview with Matthew Ratcliffe.

Matthew Ratcliffe & Mathieu Frerejouan
If the philosophical tradition of phenomenological psychopathology has been renewed these last years, the topic of hallucinations has been often neglected for the benefits of syndromes such as schizophrenia or autism. This omission has been corrected by Matthew Ratcliffe who, after studying depression in his previous work, not only opened the field of phenomenological psychology to hallucinations, but also put forward how hallucinatory experiences can enlighten the structure of human experience as being intrinsically vulnerable...

Parkinson’s disease propagation using MRI biomarkers and partial least squares path modeling

Nadya Pyatigorskaya, Lydia Yahia Cherif, Romain Valabregue, Rahul Gaurav, Fatma Gargouri, Claire Ewenczyk, Cecile Gallea, Sara Fernandez-Vidal, Isabelle Arnulf, Marie Vidailhet & Stephane Lehericy
Objectives: The classical Braak neuropathological staging model in Parkinson's disease (PD) suggests that brain lesions progress from the medulla oblongata to the cortex. An alternative model in which neurodegeneration first occurs in the cortex has also been proposed. These two models may correspond to different patient phenotypes. To test these two models and investigate if they were influenced by the presence of rapid eye movement sleep behavior disorder (RBD) we used multimodal MRI and Partial...

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