Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Study Pinpoints Role of Language Disruptions in Psychosis

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This shows a woman's headPeople who experienced language and communication difficulties as a result of psychosis showed weaker connectivity in the superior temporal area, an area of the brain associated with language processing. Those with greater language problems had greater connectivity in other areas of the brain, suggesting the brain may utilize other areas to compensate for language in patients with psychosis.