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The Role of Schizotypy in the Study of the Etiology of Schizophrenia Spectrum Disorders
Schizotypy provides a useful construct for understanding the development of schizophrenia spectrum disorders. As research on the epidemiology of psychotic symptoms and clinical risk for psychosis hasExpand
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Models of Schizotypy: The Importance of Conceptual Clarity.
The observation of psychosis-like traits that resemble symptoms of schizophrenia and bipolar disorder, both among healthy relatives of psychotic patients and among the general population, can beExpand
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Dopaminergic foundations of schizotypy as measured by the German version of the Oxford-Liverpool Inventory of Feelings and Experiences (O-LIFE)—a suitable endophenotype of schizophrenia
The concept of schizotypy or “psychosis proneness” captures individual differences in perceptual, cognitive, and affective experiences that may relate to a range of psychotic disorders. The conceptExpand
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The biogenesis protein PEX14 is an optimal marker for the identification and localization of peroxisomes in different cell types, tissues, and species in morphological studies
Abstract Catalase and ABCD3 are frequently used as markers for the localization of peroxisomes in morphological experiments. Their abundance, however, is highly dependent on metabolic demands,Expand
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MAOA-uVNTR genotype predicts interindividual differences in experimental aggressiveness as a function of the degree of provocation
The MAOA-uVNTR has been suggested to play a role regarding aggression, however, results are inconsistent. We aimed at further elucidating potential effects of the MAOA-uVNTR on aggressiveness withExpand
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Is Schizotypy per se a Suitable Endophenotype of Schizophrenia? – Do Not Forget to Distinguish Positive from Negative Facets
  • P. Grant
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Front. Psychiatry
  • 23 October 2015
In 2003, Gottesman and Gould advocated using the endophenotype concept in psychiatry genetics; describing it as a measurable component “along the pathway between disease and distal genotype” (p.Expand
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Prevalence of movement disorders in adolescent patients with schizophrenia and in relationship to predominantly atypical antipsychotic treatment
ObjectiveTo examine prevalence of movement disorders (MDs) such as tardive dyskinesia (TD), parkinsonism or akathisia in an adolescent population with schizophrenia and in relationship toExpand
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Odd and disorganized–Comparing the factor structure of the three major schizotypy inventories
Schizotypy is a personality-framework currently considered a comprehensive and useful construct in schizophrenia research and becoming ever more accepted within psychiatry. Thus, it is crucial toExpand
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Stress induced cortisol release and schizotypy - The importance of cognitive slippage and neuroticism
In March, Walter et al. (2018) published much-needed findings on schizotypy-influences on stressand cortisolresponse using a socialevaluative stressor. Their findings showed no effect of schizotypyExpand
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A False-Positive Detection Bias as a Function of State and Trait Schizotypy in Interaction with Intelligence
Hallucinatory experiences are by far not limited to patients with clinical psychosis. A number of internal and external factors may bring about such experiences in healthy individuals, whereby theExpand
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