Distractor cueing effects on choice reaction time and their relationship with schizotypal personality.

@article{Steel2002DistractorCE,
  title={Distractor cueing effects on choice reaction time and their relationship with schizotypal personality.},
  author={Craig Steel and David R. Hemsley and Alan D. Pickering},
  journal={The British journal of clinical psychology},
  year={2002},
  volume={41 Pt 2},
  pages={143-56}
}
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES Although usually displaying increased distractibility, schizophrenic patients sometimes show a reduced influence of distractors during selective attention tasks. This study explored whether reduced distractor processing effects can also occur in healthy individuals with high levels of schizotypal personality traits. DESIGN AND METHOD In all, 36 healthy volunteers completed schizotypal personality scales and a choice reaction time (RT) task in which they responded to… CONTINUE READING

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