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Department of Medicine—Neurology (clinical Associate Professor) and Department of Psychiatry (Clinical Assistant Professor) State University of New York, College of Medicine in Syracuse.
A hypothetical concept is presented in which neurophysiologic similarities are suggested between symptoms of mental illness and the phenomena of agnosia, apraxia, and aphasia.
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