By Branca Telles Ribeiro
This interesting learn explores the methods of building coherence within the discourse of a thought-disordered sufferer. Ribeiro analyzes the discourse among a physician and a sufferer who's below an acute psychotic obstacle, after which later, whilst the sufferer is deemed recovered. Ribeiro appears to be like at how the individuals together determine referential which means, and the way subject coherence is accomplished or breaks down. She then considers how the members show superordinate messages, metamessages, and the way the sufferer indications and assesses the body of speak. Ribeiro concludes that psychotic discourse, whereas incoherent at the point of subject, will be coherent on one other level--that of body. utilizing sociolinguistic discourse research, conversational research, and body research, with a dose of conception from modern cognitive psychology, Ribeiro's publication demonstrates the significance of contextualization in interplay.
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Although she was initially diagnosed as presenting a manicdepressive psychosis, her doctor pointed also to another possibility: an organic-transitory psychotic episode. " She added that the patient was in a state of "delirium" throughout the interview. Disturbances in the use of language are exhibited in several psychiatric conditions, such as mania, severe depression, organic disorders, and schizophrenia (Andreasen and Powers 1974; Harrow and Quinlan 1977; Rosenberg and Tucker 1979; Rochester and Martin 1979; Wykes and Leff 1982, among others).
Creaky voice] Patient: uhm:? you know that I can't:::. 3) Doctor: you can't talk to me? Patient: tototototototo. the tototô:::. [creaky voice] Patient: que que senhora quer = = mais do que isso, hein:::? About the Psychiatric Interviews 35 Doctor: Dona Jure::ma! [creaky voice] Patient: hein:? 3) Doctor: a senhora nao pode = = falar comigo? Patient: tototototototo. o tototo:::. In still other segments Dona Jurema begins to stutter and progressively changes to a range of sounds that are phonetically indistinguishable.
Her speech shows gross changes in prosody. She may use a very high pitch in certain segments and alternate to a low pitch in another stretch of talk. Her pace may accelerate to a fast tempo, and then she may slow down and introduce statements at a very slow pace. Sometimes her talk gains different rhythms, often in a staccato beat. Finally, in the admitting interview, Dona Jurema also presents certain phonological and articulatory disabilities. That is, in certain segments, she fails to initiate speech and stutters at the first syllable of a given word (for example, when she gives the name of her previous doctor, she says "pa-pa-pa-pa-pa-pa-pa-pa-pa-pa-pa-Paulo de Azevedo Murtinho").
Coherence in Psychotic Discourse (Oxford Studies in Sociolinguistics) by Branca Telles Ribeiro