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soft sign n.

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The Structural Brain Correlates of Neurological Soft Signs in Healthy Individuals

Nonresponding Schizophrenia: Differentiation by Neurological Soft Signs and Neuropsychological Tests

Neurological Soft Signs in Schizophrenia: A Meta-analysis

The Presence of Neurological Soft Signs Along the Psychosis Proneness Continuum

Neurological Soft Signs Are Not “Soft” in Brain Structure and Functional Networks: Evidence From ALE Meta-Analysis

Cortex Morphology in First-Episode Psychosis Patients With Neurological Soft Signs

Neurological Soft Signs and Their Relationship to Cognitive and Clinical Efficacy of Atypical Antipsychotics in Schizophrenia

The structural brain correlates of neurological soft signs in ÆSOP first‐episode psychoses study

Clinical Utility and Lifespan Profiling of Neurological Soft Signs in Schizophrenia Spectrum Disorders

T67. NEUROLOGICAL SOFT SIGNS IN THE COURSE OF SCHIZOPHRENIA: A LONGITUDINAL ANALYSIS IN CHRONIC SCHIZOPHRENIA

T8. NEUROLOGICAL SOFT SIGNS (NSS) IN SCHIZOPHRENIA: AN UPDATE ON THE STATE- VERSUS TRAIT-PERSPECTIVE

Characterization of the Deficit Syndrome in Drug-Naive Schizophrenia Patients: The Role of Spontaneous Movement Disorders and Neurological Soft Signs

Neurological Soft Signs Predict Abnormal Cerebellar-Thalamic Tract Development and Negative Symptoms in Adolescents at High Risk for Psychosis: A Longitudinal Perspective

F175. NEUROLOGICAL SOFT SIGNS (NSS) AND BRAIN MORPHOLOGY IN PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC SCHIZOPHRENIA AND HEALTHY CONTROLS

T226. CLINICAL PREDICTORS OF FUNCTIONAL CAPACITY IN TREATMENT RESISTANT SCHIZOPHRENIA PATIENTS: COMPARISON WITH RESPONDER PATIENTS, ROLE OF NEGATIVE SYMPTOMS, PROBLEM SOLVING DYSFUNCTIONS, AND NEUROLOGICAL SOFT SIGNS

 

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A slight abnormality of speech, gait, posture, or behaviour observed during a neurological examination and judged to be indicative of a mild neurological impairment. Also called an equivocal sign. Compare hard sign.

Subjects: Psychology.


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