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New scales for the assessment of schizotypy
Abstract This study reports the development of new scales for assessing schizotypal traits. The four scales measure unusual experiences, cognitive disorganisation, introvertive anhedonia andExpand
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Schizotypy and hemisphere function—I: Theoretical considerations and the measurement of schizotypy
Abstract This paper brings together, in the context of individual-differences theory, two developing themes in schizophrenia research. One concerns the manifestation, in normal people, of ‘psychotic’Expand
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Schizotypy: Implications for illness and health.
1. Theoretical background 2. Questionnaire measurement 3. Measuring paranoia/suspiciousness 4. Investigations of cognitive inhibitory processes in schizotypy and schizophrenia 5. Semantic activationExpand
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Theoretical background and issues
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Healthy schizotypy: the case of out-of-the-body experiences
Abstract The present study tested the hypothesis that a group of normal subjects reporting at least one hallucinatory experience (an ‘out-of-the-body’ experience or OBE) could score highly on one ofExpand
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Principal components analysis of the Schizotypal Personality Scale (STA) and the Borderline Personality Scale (STB)
The Schizotypal Personality scale (STA) is a popular measure of schizotypal personality. The Borderline Personality scale (STB) is a rarely used measure of borderline personality. Together theyExpand
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Fully and quasi-dimensional constructions of schizotypy
This chapter concerns the dimensionality inherent to describe and understand schizotypy and schizotypal personality disorder (SPD). It concerns attempts that are being made to discover experimentalExpand
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A biometrical study of schizotypy in a normal population.
Abstract A recently devised two-scale questionnaire (STQ) for measuring ‘borderline’ personality traits, together with the EPQ, was administered to 108 monozygotic and 102 dizygotic adult twin pairs.Expand
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Origins of mental illness
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