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Comparative Analysis of Theory of Mind Tests in First Episode Psychosis Patients.

@article{Morozova2017ComparativeAO,
  title={Comparative Analysis of Theory of Mind Tests in First Episode Psychosis Patients.},
  author={Alexandra Morozova and Zhanna Garakh and M{\'a}ria Bendov{\'a} and Yuliya Zaytseva},
  journal={Psychiatria Danubina},
  year={2017},
  volume={29 Suppl 3},
  pages={
          285-288
        }
}
The research is based on comparative analysis of 'Hinting Task', 'Faux Pas', and 'Reading the Mind in the Eyes' tests sensitivity in detection of Theory of Mind deficits. The study included 20 subjects with schizophrenia and schizophrenia spectrum disorders with the first episode of psychosis. Every subject performed the three proposed tests. It was shown that success rate of the three tests differed significantly. The non-verbal test 'Reading the Mind in the Eyes' caused the most difficulties… 

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