Capacities for theory of mind, metacognition, and neurocognitive function are independently related to emotional recognition in schizophrenia.

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While many with schizophrenia spectrum disorders experience difficulties understanding the feelings of others, little is known about the psychological antecedents of these deficits. To explore these issues we examined whether deficits in mental state decoding, mental state reasoning and metacognitive capacity predict performance on an emotion recognition… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.psychres.2014.05.004

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@article{Lysaker2014CapacitiesFT, title={Capacities for theory of mind, metacognition, and neurocognitive function are independently related to emotional recognition in schizophrenia.}, author={Paul Henry Lysaker and Bethany L. Leonhardt and Martin Br{\"{u}ne and Kelly D. Buck and Alison V James and Jenifer L. Vohs and Michael M Francis and Jay A. Hamm and Giampaolo Salvatore and Jamie M Ringer and Giancarlo Dimaggio}, journal={Psychiatry research}, year={2014}, volume={219 1}, pages={79-85} }