Emotion in Schizophrenia: Where Feeling Meets Thinking.

@article{Kring2010EmotionIS,
  title={Emotion in Schizophrenia: Where Feeling Meets Thinking.},
  author={Ann M. Kring and Janelle M. Caponigro},
  journal={Current directions in psychological science},
  year={2010},
  volume={19 4},
  pages={255-259}
}
Our understanding of the nature of emotional difficulties in schizophrenia has been greatly enhanced by translational research over the past two decades. By incorporating methods and theories from affective science, researchers have been able to discover that people with schizophrenia exhibit very few outward displays of emotion but report experiencing strong feelings in the presence of emotionally evocative stimuli or events. Recent behavioral, psychophysiological, and brain imaging research… CONTINUE READING
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