Increased hindsight bias in schizophrenia.

@article{Woodward2006IncreasedHB,
  title={Increased hindsight bias in schizophrenia.},
  author={Todd S. Woodward and Steffen Moritz and Michelle M Arnold and Carrie Cuttler and J. C. Whitman and D. Stephen Lindsay},
  journal={Neuropsychology},
  year={2006},
  volume={20 4},
  pages={461-7}
}
An underlying theme common to prominent theoretical accounts of cognition in schizophrenia is that information processing is disproportionately influenced by recently/currently encountered information relative to the influence of previously learned information. In this study, the authors tested this account by using the hindsight bias or knew-it-all-along (KIA) paradigm, which demonstrates that newly acquired knowledge influences recall of past events. In line with the account that patients… CONTINUE READING
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