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Validation of positive and negative symptom scale (PANSS) in a sample of Spanish schizophrenic patients
: We analyzed the reliability and validity issues of the Positive and Negative Syndrome Scale (PANSS) in a sample of 100 DSM-III-R schizophrenic patients. Our findings coincided with the results ofExpand
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[Inter-observer reliability of negative schizophrenic symptoms].
: The interrater reliability of negative symptoms was measured in 30 DSM-III-R schizophrenic patients. The negative symptoms were assessed using the Scale of Emotional Blunting (SEB) of Abrams yExpand
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[Cognition disorders in schizophrenia: evaluation using the Frankfurt psychopathologic inventory (FBF-3). Initial results].
: The authors present the preliminary results of the third version of the Frankfurt Psychopathological Inventory (FBF-3) in a sample of consecutive schizophrenic inpatients. They were 64 patients whoExpand
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The prognostic value of thought disorders in schizophrenia
The prognostic value of the thought disorders in seventy one hospitalized schizophrenic patients was examined. The thought disorders were evaluated with the TLC scale of Andreasen and the autcomeExpand
[The Frankfurt-Pamplona subjective experience scale].
: Several instruments have been designed to assess subjective experiences (SE). The Frankfurt Complaint Questionnaire (FCQ) is the most widely used scale to assess SE. This study was aimed toExpand
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Subjective cognitive disorders in schizophrenia
Premorbid adjustment and negative schizophrenic symptoms
The relationship between premorbid schizoid traits and the positive and negative symptoms assessed by the Andreasen's SANS and SAPS scales was studied in a sample of 115 DSM-III-R schizophrenics. ForExpand