Cite: Dean, D. J., Teulings, H. L., Caligiuri, M., Mittal, V. A. Handwriting Analysis Indicates Spontaneous Dyskinesias in Neuroleptic Naïve Adolescents at High Risk for Psychosis. J. Vis. Exp. (81), e50852, doi:10.3791/50852 (2013).
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Handwriting Analysis Indicates Spontaneous Dyskinesias in Neuroleptic Naïve Adolescents at High Risk for Psychosis
Derek J. Dean(1), Hans-Leo Teulings(2), Michael Caligiuri(3), Vijay A. Mittal(1)
(1) Department of Psychology and Neuroscience, Center for Neuroscience, University of Colorado Boulder,
(2) NeuroScript LLC,
(3) Department of Psychiatry, University of California, San Diego


Disclosures
The authors Derek J. Dean, Michael Caligiuri, and Vijay A. Mittal declare they have no competing financial interests. The author, Hans-Leo Teulings is the owner of NeuroScript who developed and markets the MovAlyzeR software to record and analyze pen movements.

Acknowledgements
This work was supported by National Institute of Health Grants R01MH094650 to Dr. Mittal.

Materials
Fujitsu Lifebook T901 Tablet Computer Fujitsu Ltd. http://www.shopfujitsu.com/store/
Neuroscript MovAlyzeR Neuroscript LLC http://www.neuroscript.net/movalyzer.php

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