Are Self-Other Discrepancies a Unique Risk Factor for Paranoid Symptoms?

Abstract

The model of self-discrepancies (Higgins in Psychol Rev 94:319–340, 1987) serves as theoretical framework to investigate whether a perceived discrepancy between the external and self-image (“self-other”) is uniquely relevant to paranoid symptoms. This is achieved by comparing the effect of “self-other” and “self-ideal” discrepancies on paranoid and… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10608-013-9583-7

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