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Systemic analysis of association flows in healthy people and in patients with mental disorders

Systemic analysis of association flows in healthy people and in patients with mental disorders

Zhurnal Vysshei Nervnoi Deyatel'nosti Imeni I P Pavlova 35(2): 238-244

By means of a mathematical model on frequency of lexical structure, the structure of repetitions was studied in association flows of 10 healthy persons, 10 patients with sequelae of closed craniocerebral injury, and 10 schizophrenics. In comparison to healthy persons in those after the brain injury, the number of repetitions was increased and the distances between the 1st and the last use of the repeated words were significant. In schizophrenic persons word repetitions were at the local portions of association flows. The structure of repetitions in these association flows was close to that of the usual connected text by the general quantitative norms. Such structure of repetitions should be explained by the presence of a interdependent system of connections between the words equivalent by its strength to usual rational connections in a meaningful text.

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