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Action monitoring,: lower, higher and intermediate levels

Abstract : James Russell claims that executive difficulties in both autism and schizophrenia are likely to be due to impairments of action monitoring at "a fairly high level". I argue that there is room for some 'intermediate' level of action-monitoring in between the higher and lower levels he distinguishes and that impairments at this intermediate level may play an important role in explaining some of the difficulties encountered by both schizophrenic patients and subjects with autism.
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Elisabeth Pacherie. Action monitoring,: lower, higher and intermediate levels. Developmental Science, Wiley, 1999, 2 (3), pp.288-289. ⟨ijn_00000260v2⟩



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