Metacognition and schizophrenia: the capacity for self-reflectivity as a predictor for prospective assessments of work performance over six months.

@article{Lysaker2010MetacognitionAS,
  title={Metacognition and schizophrenia: the capacity for self-reflectivity as a predictor for prospective assessments of work performance over six months.},
  author={Paul Henry Lysaker and Giancarlo Dimaggio and Antonino Carcione and Michele Procacci and Kelly D. Buck and Louanne Whitman Davis and Giuseppe Nicol{\'o}},
  journal={Schizophrenia research},
  year={2010},
  volume={122 1-3},
  pages={124-30}
}
Research has indicated that many with schizophrenia experience deficits in metacognitive capacity, defined as impairments in the ability to think about thinking. These difficulties are related to, but not reducible to symptoms and have been hypothesized to function as an independent impediment to psychosocial function. To explore the possibility that deficits in one domain of metacognition, self-reflectivity, are a barrier to effective work function, 56 participants with schizophrenia were… CONTINUE READING