Perception, cognition, and delusion : Commentary on Firestone and Scholl. / Ross, Robert; McKay, Ryan; Coltheart, Max; Langdon, Robyn.

In: Behavioral and Brain Sciences, Vol. 39, e258, 2016.

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Perception, cognition, and delusion : Commentary on Firestone and Scholl. / Ross, Robert; McKay, Ryan; Coltheart, Max; Langdon, Robyn.

In: Behavioral and Brain Sciences, Vol. 39, e258, 2016.

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Ross, Robert ; McKay, Ryan ; Coltheart, Max ; Langdon, Robyn. / Perception, cognition, and delusion : Commentary on Firestone and Scholl. In: Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 2016 ; Vol. 39.

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title = "Perception, cognition, and delusion: Commentary on Firestone and Scholl",
abstract = "Firestone and Scholl{\textquoteright}s (F&S) critique of putative empirical evidence for the cognitive penetrability of perception focuses on studies of neurologically normal populations. We suggest that a comprehensive exploration of the cognition-perception relationship should also incorporate work on abnormal perception and cognition. We highlight the prominence of these issues in contemporary debates about the formation and maintenance of delusions.",
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