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For example, they had great difficulty distinguishing subject and object in the phrase "The boy chased the girl," which they were unable to differentiate from "The girl chased the boy." Analogous object-relation problems are posed by mathematical expressions such as 90 ÷ 30 and 30 ÷ 90.More complex expressions might involve problems of nesting, such as the use of brackets (90 - [(3 17) x 3]), which mirror linguistic sub-clauses and embedded relations, such as in the phrase "The man who killed the lion was angry." Although the patients were unable to decode such linguistic expressions, they were all able to perform the mathematical calculations accurately with pen and paper.The prevalence of mental disorders did not change during the decade (29.4% between 19 and 30.5% between 20), but the rate of treatment increased.Among patients with a disorder, 20.3% received treatment between 19 and 32.9% received treatment between 20.But it has been unclear whether this use of neural language centres is essential for maths: there are also indications that the two mental functions can work independently.All 3 of their patients were aged between 50 and 60 and were well educated; one had been a university professor before incurring a brain lesion.
According to the view of cognition developed by linguist Noam Chomsky, language processing is a fundamental skill that is used for related grammatical tasks in the brain, such as certain mathematical ones.More startling, almost 50% of those surveyed were found to have had a mental disorder at some point during their lives; 25% had had 1 in the year before the interview.Treatment is hard to get, and often not sufficient when available.It reveals, for example, that 50% of those with a mental disorder encountered problems before their 14th birthday.
This indicates that watching for signs of mental distress in early years could help to avert larger problems in the future.
Significant increases in the rate of treatment (49.0% between 19 and 49.9% between 20) were limited to the sectors of general medical services (2.59 times as high in 2001 to 2003 as in 1990 to 1992), psychiatry services (2.17 times as high), and other mental health services (1.59 times as high) and were independent of the severity of the disorder and of the sociodemographic characteristics of the respondents.