Schizotypy, taxometrics, and disconfirming theories in soft science: Comment on

@inproceedings{Beauchaine2008SchizotypyTA,
  title={Schizotypy, taxometrics, and disconfirming theories in soft science: Comment on},
  author={Theodore P Beauchaine and Mark F. Lenzenweger and Niels G. Waller},
  year={2008}
}
Abstract Among the most consistently replicated findings in literature addressing the latent structure of psychopathology is evidence for a discrete latent class of individuals who are vulnerable to schizophrenia (schizotypes). Rawlings, Williams, Haslam, and Claridge (2008) challenge these findings by subjecting schizotypy scale scores to taxometric analysis, using a data simulation technique to accommodate variable skew. The authors conclude that schizotypy reflects a latent dimension, and… CONTINUE READING

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