Latent inhibition, learned irrelevance, and schizotypy: Assessing their relationship

@article{SchmidtHansen2009LatentIL,
  title={Latent inhibition, learned irrelevance, and schizotypy: Assessing their relationship},
  author={M. Schmidt-Hansen and A. S. Killcross and R. C. Honey},
  journal={Cognitive Neuropsychiatry},
  year={2009},
  volume={14},
  pages={11 - 29}
}
Introduction. Previous research suggests that latent inhibition is reduced in patients with acute schizophrenia and in healthy participants with high levels of schizotypic characteristics. Other evidence indicates the disruption of a related effect (learned irrelevance) in patients with acute schizophrenia. Method. This study used a recently developed latent inhibition procedure, that avoids methodological limitations of previous studies, and a related learned irrelevance procedure to assess… Expand
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