Handwriting movements for assessment of motor symptoms in schizophrenia spectrum disorders and bipolar disorder


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So they brought physics into handwriting, that pretty cool. I wouldn’t consider myself having motor impairment, I can still draw, and paint without a problem. I’m left handed so sometimes righties find my handwriting difficult to decipher because their handwriting is opposite. If I take my time though, I have pretty legible handwriting. It changes though. If I write in a journal, my handwriting never stays the same. Although, it’s similar.


#3

My handwriting is better than it was ,ie I think legible, but still crudely formed . My drawing and painting ability is around a 6-7 year old level.


#4

That’s good its better than it was. I think the more we write, the better it gets.


#5

whats the schizophrenia spectrum? i knew it was a spectrum but have never seen it before


#6

I think spectrum refers to like a vast amount of things that have to do with schizophrenia, but that’s only a guess


#7

i thought it was to do with our levels of functioning


#8

I don’t know, these articles are really hard to read. They really rack my brain, you are probably right


#9

i havent read it yet lol


#10

okay, let me know your opinion. I would like to know


#11

idk we both could be right,


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oh, nice! Its probably genetics or something that determines handwriting too because a lot of my aunts and uncles write the same


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wow this is really cool stuff! I’m really interested in this. It’s like I can think along the lines of this.


#16

thanks for providing me with these sources!