Low Frequency Neural Oscillations Associated With Deficits in Sequence Learning in People With Schizophrenia

      People with schizophrenia (SZ) exhibit disproportionate deficits in long-term memory when required to relate items to specific contexts, such as learning temporal order. Prior studies demonstrated that sequence learning is associated with dynamics in neural oscillations. This study examines whether deficits in SZ are associated alterations in these oscillatory dynamics.
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