Impaired integration of disambiguating evidence in delusional schizophrenia patients.

  title={Impaired integration of disambiguating evidence in delusional schizophrenia patients.},
  author={Nicole Sanford and Ruth Veckenstedt and Steffen Moritz and Ryan P. Balzan and Todd S. Woodward},
  journal={Psychological medicine},
  volume={44 13},
BACKGROUND It has been previously demonstrated that a cognitive bias against disconfirmatory evidence (BADE) is associated with delusions. However, small samples of delusional patients, reliance on difference scores and choice of comparison groups may have hampered the reliability of these results. In the present study we aimed to improve on this methodology with a recent version of the BADE task, and compare larger groups of schizophrenia patients with/without delusions to obsessive-compulsive… CONTINUE READING
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