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A multimodal speech-gesture training intervention for patients with schizophrenia and its neural underpinnings. Data and materials.
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Description: Dysfunctional social communication is one of the most stable characteristics in patients with schizophrenia that also affects quality of life. Interpreting abstract speech and integrating nonverbal modalities is particularly affected. Considering the impact of communication on social life but failure to treat communication dysfunctions with usual treatment, we investigated the possibility to improve communication skills and hence quality of life in schizophrenia by applying a multimodal speech-gesture training (MSG training). Clinical Trial Registration: DRKS.de, identifier DRKS00015118.