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Volume 24 Issue 3 (September 1985), Pages 145-223

Can all schizophrenic speech be discriminated from normal speech? (pages 209-210)

The study addressed whether the speech of non‐speech disordered as well as speech disordered schizophrenics is discriminate from normal speech. An analysis, using a clinician's acumen to detect, not as is usually the case to specify, showed that schizophrenic speech (including that of non‐speech disordered schizophrenics) can be accurately discriminated. This suggests that the speech of all schizophrenics does indeed differ from that of normals, but in as yet unspecified ways.

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