Social Cognition in Psychosis

@inproceedings{2019SocialCI,
  title={Social Cognition in Psychosis},
  author={},
  year={2019}
}
  • Published 2019
  • Psychology
Situational context influences the degree of hostile attributions made by individuals with schizophrenia or autism spectrum disorder.
TLDR
Patterns of attributions among people diagnosed with schizophrenia or autism spectrum disorder and non-clinical control participants are investigated to suggest that salient environmental factors should be considered when assessing social cognitive skills and biases.
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