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Tag: Hypokinetic Disorders

Verb naming fluency in hypokinetic and hyperkinetic movement disorders

Published in: Cortex, Volume 100, March 2018, 21-31 Abstract “Cortical motor regions are considered to play a role in action related language. These regions are affected differently in different types of movement disorders. Parkinson’s disease, a hypokinetic movement disorder, has been shown to cause action language disruptions alongside movement deficits. Action language, however, has not been investigated in primary cervical dystonia, a hyperkinetic movement disorder. The aim of this study is to investigate whether action language is affected differently in hypokinetic and hyperkinetic movement disorders which have different effects on movements. Thirty patients with Parkinson’s disease, thirty primary cervical dystonia patients and thirty healthy controls were… Read More