Schizotypy and sustained attention.

@article{Lenzenweger1991SchizotypyAS,
  title={Schizotypy and sustained attention.},
  author={Mark F. Lenzenweger and Barbara A. Cornblatt and M Putnick},
  journal={Journal of abnormal psychology},
  year={1991},
  volume={100 1},
  pages={84-9}
}
We examined sustained attention in 32 schizotypic and 43 normal control subjects from a large, randomly ascertained nonclinical university population. Schizotypy status was determined with the Perceptual Aberration Scale. Sustained attention was measured with the Continuous Performance Test-Identical Pairs. Schizotypic subjects displayed significantly poorer sustained-attention performance than did control subjects, as measured by d and overall hit rate. Although schizotypic subjects evidenced… CONTINUE READING

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Our results provide evidence for a subtle sustained - attention deficit among schizotypes and are interpreted in light of previous attention research with actual schizophrenic patients as well as children at risk for schizophrenia .
Our results provide evidence for a subtle sustained - attention deficit among schizotypes and are interpreted in light of previous attention research with actual schizophrenic patients as well as children at risk for schizophrenia .
Our results provide evidence for a subtle sustained - attention deficit among schizotypes and are interpreted in light of previous attention research with actual schizophrenic patients as well as children at risk for schizophrenia .
Our results provide evidence for a subtle sustained - attention deficit among schizotypes and are interpreted in light of previous attention research with actual schizophrenic patients as well as children at risk for schizophrenia .
Our results provide evidence for a subtle sustained - attention deficit among schizotypes and are interpreted in light of previous attention research with actual schizophrenic patients as well as children at risk for schizophrenia .
Our results provide evidence for a subtle sustained - attention deficit among schizotypes and are interpreted in light of previous attention research with actual schizophrenic patients as well as children at risk for schizophrenia .
Our results provide evidence for a subtle sustained - attention deficit among schizotypes and are interpreted in light of previous attention research with actual schizophrenic patients as well as children at risk for schizophrenia .
Our results provide evidence for a subtle sustained - attention deficit among schizotypes and are interpreted in light of previous attention research with actual schizophrenic patients as well as children at risk for schizophrenia .
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