Cognitive Slippage in Schizotypic Individuals

@article{Gooding2001CognitiveSI,
  title={Cognitive Slippage in Schizotypic Individuals},
  author={D. Gooding and K. Tallent and J. Hegyi},
  journal={The Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease},
  year={2001},
  volume={189},
  pages={750-756}
}
The Miers and Raulin Cognitive Slippage Scale was used to assess subtle thought disorder, and the Wisconsin Card Sorting Test (WCST) was used to assess cognitive performance in deviantly high scorers on the Perceptual Aberration and Magical Ideation Scales (N = 63), high scorers on the revised Social Anhedonia Scale (N = 62), and in control subjects (N = 83). Results indicate that schizotypic individuals are more likely to report greater cognitive slippage and less likely to achieve as many… Expand
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