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Origins of Language & Psychosis

A 2 day meeting will discuss the language disturbance in psychosis and its relevance to the evolution of language

Sessions include The Structural Basis of Language & Asymmetry, What is the Neural Basis of Auditory Hallucinations?, Mechanisms of Delusion Formation and Thought Disorder, The Structure of Language & Psychosis, What Components of Language are Abnormal in Schizophrenia and Evolutionary Origins of Language. Speakers include: Neil Roberts, Philip McGuire, Brendan Maher, Brita Elvevaag, Gina Kuperberg, Marco Picchioni, Rachel Mitchell, Giancarlo Buoiano, Michael Covington, Pete McKenna, Paloma Garcia-Bellido, Jim Hurford, Marco Haverkort and Tim Crow.


Professor Neil Roberts | talks
Dr Philip McGuire | talks
Professor Brendan Maher | talks
Dr Brita Elvevaag | talks
Dr Gina Kuperberg | talks
Dr Marco Picchioni | talks
Dr Rachel Mitchell | talks
Dr Tim Crow | talks
Dr Giancarlo Buoiano | talks
Dr Michael Covington | talks
Dr Pete McKenna | talks
Professor John Marshall | talks
Dr David Steinberg | talks
Dr Paloma Garcia-Bellido | talks
Dr Tom Barrick | talks
Professor Jim Hurford | talks
Dr Marco Haverkort | talks
Dr Pierre Bancel | talks
Dr G J Dalenoort | talks
Dr Clare Mackay | talks
Dr Alfonso Ceccherini-Nelli | talks
Dr Raymon Ferrer I Cancho | talks
Dr Monika Zemplini | talks


Date and Time:

9 July 2004 at 9:00 am


Full Day



Warneford Hospital
01865 455917

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£25 registration fee

Available from:

Make cheques payable to "The Origins of Language and Psychosis" and send to:
Mrs C Walton, SANE POWIC, Warneford Hospital,
Oxford, OX3 7JX

Additional Information:

Oxford Brookes University and SANE POWIC are most easily reached from London via the X90 and Oxford Tube buses from Victoria and the X70 The Airline from Heathrow and X80 from Gatwick to the Gypsy Lane bus stop in Headington.

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