Emotion recognition in schizophrenic and depressed inpatients.

  title={Emotion recognition in schizophrenic and depressed inpatients.},
  author={David Charles Zuroff and S A Colussy},
  journal={Journal of clinical psychology},
  volume={42 3},
The performance of schizophrenic inpatients (N = 14), depressed inpatients (N = 15), and normal hospital employees (N = 15), all females, was compared on Izard's (1971) test of emotion recognition. Subjects were required to match photographs of facial expressions of emotion with the correct label for the emotion. The average numbers of errors of four types were examined: Positive or neutral emotions mislabelled as other positive or neutral emotions; positive or neutral emotions mislabelled as… CONTINUE READING

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