False memories and delusional ideation in normal healthy subjects

@inproceedings{Laws2005FalseMA,
  title={False memories and delusional ideation in normal healthy subjects},
  author={Keith R. Laws and Reena Bhatt},
  year={2005}
}
Studies have reported substantial mnestic deficits in patients with schizophrenia. Most of this research, however, has focussed on errors of omission (poor recall/recognition) rather than commission (such as false recall/recognition). Nevertheless, recent studies report that schizophrenics show increased false recognition and speculate that this may underpin delusional ideation (Moritz et al., 2004). No previous study has examined whether such memory problems exist in normal individuals who may… CONTINUE READING

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