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Emotion perception in schizophrenia: specific deficit or further evidence of generalized poor performance?
Several studies have investigated the ability of schizophrenics to perceive facial and vocal emotion in others. Although most suggest that schizophrenics have an emotion perception deficit, there isExpand
Individual differences in dispositional expressiveness: development and validation of the Emotional Expressivity Scale.
Although emotional expressivity figures prominently in several theories of psychological and physical functioning, limitations of currently available measurement techniques impede precise andExpand
A comparison of coping assessed by ecological momentary assessment and retrospective recall.
Recent research suggests that retrospective coping assessments may not correspond well with day-to-day reports. The authors extended this work by examining the correspondence between short-termExpand
Do schizophrenic patients show a disjunctive relationship among expressive, experiential, and psychophysiological components of emotion?
Recent research has found a discrepancy between schizophrenic patients' outward expression of emotion and their reported emotional experience. In this study, which attempts to replicate and extendExpand
Flat affect in schizophrenia does not reflect diminished subjective experience of emotion.
Although accorded historical significance, affective features of schizophrenia have only begun to receive systematic empirical attention. Interestingly, both early psychopathology writers and moreExpand
Emotion perception in schizophrenia: Specific deficit or further evidence of generalized poor performance?
Several studies have investigated the ability of schizophrenics to perceive facial and vocal emotion in others. Although most suggest that schizophrenics have an emotion perception deficit, there isExpand
The pupil evaluation inventory
The Pupil Evaluation Inventory was developed to assess peer ratings of the behavior of male and female children in grades one through nine. Three homogeneous and stable factors emerged from a factorExpand
Mania and low self-esteem.
Abnormal psychology, 5th ed.
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