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  • Hinzen, Wolfram (Wiley, 2017)
    The view that proper names are uniformly predicates (‘predicativism’) has recently gained prominence. I review linguistic evidence against it. Overall, the (cross-) linguistic evidence suggests that proper names function ...
  • Schroeder, Kristen; Rosselló Ximenes, Joana; Ribalta, Teresa; Hinzen, Wolfram (SAGE Publications, 2023)
    Background & Aims: Narratives are regularly elicited as part of standardized assessments for autism spectrum conditions (ASC) such as the ADOS, but have rarely been utilized as linguistic data in their own right. We here ...
  • Hinzen, Wolfram; Wiltschko, Martina (Cambridge University Press, 2022)
    Clinical linguistic diversity extends far beyond ‘specific language’ disorders, such as acquired aphasia or specific language impairment (SLI), to a large range of mental disorders that are not language-specific. As ...
  • Linke, Annika Carola; Slušná, Dominika; Kohli, Jiwandeep Singh; Álvarez-Linera Prado, Juan; Müller, Ralph-Axel; Hinzen, Wolfram (Elsevier, 2021)
    Many neurodevelopmental conditions imply absent or severely reduced language capacities at school age. Evidence from functional magnetic resonance imaging is highly limited. We selected a series of five cases scanned with ...
  • He, Rui; Palominos Flores, Claudio Antonio; Zhang, Han; Alonso-Sánchez, Maria Francisca; Palaniyappan, Lena; Hinzen, Wolfram (Elsevier, 2024)
    Speech in psychosis has long been ascribed as involving `loosening of associations'. We pursued the aim to elucidate its underlying cognitive mechanisms by analysing picture descriptions from 94 subjects (29 healthy controls, ...
  • Deamer, Felicity; Palmer, Ellen; Vuong, Quoc C.; Ferrier, Nicol; Finkelmeyer, Andreas; Hinzen, Wolfram; Watson, Stuart (Elsevier, 2019)
    Previous studies suggest that understanding of non-literal expressions, and in particular metaphors, can be impaired in people with schizophrenia; although it is not clear why. We explored metaphor comprehension capacity ...
  • Hinzen, Wolfram (De Gruyter, 2016)
    All forms of nominal reference, whether quantificational, definite, rigid, deictic, or personal, require that the nominals in question appear in relevant grammatical configurations. Reference is in this sense a grammatical ...
  • Fuentes-Claramonte, Paola; Soler-Vidal, Joan; Salgado-Pineda, Pilar; Ramiro, Nuria; Garcia-Leon, Maria Angeles; Cano, Ramon; Arévalo, Antonio; Munuera, Josep; Portillo, Francisco; Panicali, Francesco; Sarró, Salvador; Pomarol-Clotet, Edith; McKenna, Peter; Hinzen, Wolfram (Elsevier, 2022)
    Auditory verbal hallucinations (AVH) are a key symptom of schizophrenia (SZ) defined by anomalous perception of speech. Anomalies of processing external speech stimuli have also been reported in people with AVH, but it is ...
  • Hinzen, Wolfram (De Gruyter, 2017)
    According to a linguistic tradition here termed ‘Cartesian’, language is relegated to an expressive system considered to provide the means to encode or communicate an independently constituted thought process. An alternative ...
  • Schroeder, Kristen; Durrleman, Stephanie; Çokal, Derya; Sanfeliu Delgado, Annabel; Masana Marin, Adela; Hinzen, Wolfram (Elsevier, 2021)
    False belief (FB) reasoning emerges around 4− 5 years of age in typical development (TD), but has an extended developmental course in children with autism spectrum conditions (ASC). A body of work suggests that this ...
  • Slušná, Dominika; Rodríguez, Andrea; Salvadó, Berta; Vicente, Agustín; Hinzen, Wolfram (SAGE Publications, 2021)
    Background & aims: Individuals with non- or minimally verbal autism (nvASD) are primarily characterized by a severe speech production deficit, with speech limited to no or only a few words by school age. Significant ...
  • Hinzen, Wolfram; Martin, Txuss (Elsevier, 2020)
    Self-reference said to be ‘de se’ is often explicated by reference to the grammatical first Person (1p), but the nature or necessity of this link are unclear and have not been investigated systematically from a linguistic ...
  • Olivé, Guillem; Slušná, Dominika; Vaquero, Lucía; Muchart-López, Jordi; Rodríguez-Fornells, Antoni; Hinzen, Wolfram (Springer, 2022)
    Language capacities in autism spectrum disorders (ASD) range from normal scores on standardized language tests to absence of functional language in a substantial minority of 30% of individuals with ASD. Due to practical ...
  • Zhang, Han; Hinzen, Wolfram (American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 2022)
    Purpose: If language production is impaired, will gestures compensate? Evidence in favor of this prediction has often been argued to come from aphasia, but it remains contested. Here, we tested whether thought content not ...
  • Hinzen, Wolfram; Wiltschko, Martina (Taylor & Francis, 2018)
    Much philosophical attention has been devoted to the truth predicates of natural language and their logic. However, lexical truth predicates are neither necessary nor sufficient for a truth-attribution to occur, which ...
  • Hinzen, Wolfram; Fuentes-Claramonte, Paola; Soler, Joan; Ramiro-Sousa, Nuria; Rodriguez-Martinez, Alfonso; Sarri-Closa, Carmen; Sarró, Salvador; Larrubia, Jesús; Pablo Padilla, Pablo; McKenna, Peter J.; Pomarol-Clotet, Edith (Elsevier, 2019)
    Currently, two broad theoretical approaches to auditory verbal hallucinations (AVH) in schizophrenia are recognized (Jones, 2010). The ‘neurological’ model proposes that they are essentially perceptual in nature, arising ...
  • Hinzen, Wolfram; Çokal, Derya; Sevilla, Gabriel; Jones, William Stephen; Zimmerer, Vitor C.; Deamer, Felicity; Douglas, Maggie; Spencer, Helen; Turkington, Douglas; Ferrier, I. Nicol; Varley, Rosemary; Watson, Stuart (Nature Publishing Group, 2018)
    Formal thought disorder (FTD) is clinically manifested as disorganized speech, but there have been only few investigations of its linguistic properties. We examined how disturbance of thought may relate to the referential ...
  • Hinzen, Wolfram; Tovar, Antonia; Fuentes-Claramonte, Paola; Soler-Vidal, Joan; Ramiro-Sousa, Nuria; Rodriguez-Martinez, Alfonso; Sarri-Closa, Carmen; Sarró, Salvador; Larrubia, Jesús; Andres-Bergareche, Helena; Miguel-Cesma, Maria Carmen; Padilla, Pablo Pedro; Salvador, Raymond; Pomarol-Clotet, Edith (Elsevier, 2019)
    Very few studies have investigated the formal linguistic aspects of auditory verbal hallucinations (AVHs), though speech is a defining aspect of AVHs. Hallucinated speech heard by 19 patients with schizophrenia and highly ...
  • Hinzen, Wolfram (De Gruyter, 2017)
    I am honoured by the thoughtful considerations that have gone into all of the commentaries in this issue. Their respective origins in psychology, linguistics and philosophy indicate the ramifications and implications that ...

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