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DOI: 10.1016/j.bandl.2016.10.006
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Lexical-retrieval and semantic memory in Parkinson’s disease: The question of noun and verb dissociation

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“…This conclusion is supported by previous studies (Han et al, 2015; Meltzer & McGurk, 1999; Woodward, Purdon, Meltzer, & Zald, 2005). A previous study (Salmazo‐Silva et al, 2017) measured language functions through image naming and semantic fluency tasks. The semantic fluency task belongs to processing speed and executive function of neuropsychological screening, which is impaired in patients with schizophrenia (Gleissner & Elger, 2001).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…This conclusion is supported by previous studies (Han et al, 2015; Meltzer & McGurk, 1999; Woodward, Purdon, Meltzer, & Zald, 2005). A previous study (Salmazo‐Silva et al, 2017) measured language functions through image naming and semantic fluency tasks. The semantic fluency task belongs to processing speed and executive function of neuropsychological screening, which is impaired in patients with schizophrenia (Gleissner & Elger, 2001).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…PD is a progressive movement disorder marked by akinesia and rigid movement caused by decreased dopaminergic signaling in the basal ganglia (Jankovic, 2008). Multiple studies have shown that PD patients also exhibit a selective action verb deficit, with intact object noun knowledge (Péran et al, 2003; Rodríguez-Ferreiro, Ménendez, Ribacoba, & Cuetos, 2009; Salmazo-Silva et al, 2017). However there is some debate about the cause of this deficit: while this action verb deficit is seen as evidence for the embodied representations of action verbs, motor slowing in PD is not associated disease in the pyramidal motor system.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…These studies also show that in PD patients with cognitive impairment, atrophy is widespread and also includes frontal, parietal and temporal cortical regions, causing decline in multiple cognitive domains that can affect language processing. Fronto-striatal pathophysiology in PD has been linked to reduced executive functioning and performance on action verb fluency (Obeso, Casabona, Bringas, Álvarez, & Jahanshahi, 2012; Piatt, Fields, Paolo, & Tröster, 1999; Salmazo-Silva et al, 2017). More so than motor cortex atrophy, PD is associated with disease and dysfunction of the basal ganglia, a structure which has been linked to the action verb deficits seen in PD (Cardona et al, 2013; Grossman, Stern, Gollomp, Vernon, & Hurtig, 1994; Silveri et al, 2012).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Salmazo-Silvo et al (55) used verbal fluency tasks involving nouns and verbs, naming and semantic association tasks in patients with PD and healthy controls to investigate the Embodied Cognition Theory. Both groups exhibited similar performance in verbal fluency tasks.…”
Section: Action-related Language Disturbances In Parkinson's Diseasementioning
confidence: 99%