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Natural and Unnatural Language Processing in Psychosis
Jung claimed that "words are really something like condensed actions, situations, and things. [They are] … substitutes for reality". How are these substitutes for reality employed when we are at the cusp, middle or in the aftermath of psychosis? This talk will (1) focus on how studying words via Natural Language Processing is helping us to understand the critical role of language in what we refer to as psychotic disorders; (2) consider the case for and against computational linguistics in early detection of psychosis; and (3) argue for linguistic remediation to be a key translational focus for social neuroscience of psychosis.

May 19, 2022 12:30 PM in London

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