Social anhedonia, but not positive schizotypy, is associated with poor affective control.

@article{Martin2012SocialAB,
  title={Social anhedonia, but not positive schizotypy, is associated with poor affective control.},
  author={Elizabeth Allene Martin and David C. Cicero and John G. Kerns},
  journal={Personality disorders},
  year={2012},
  volume={3 3},
  pages={263-72}
}
Emotion researchers have distinguished between automatic versus controlled processing of affective information. One previous study with a small sample size found that extreme levels of social anhedonia (SocAnh) in college students, which predicts future schizophrenia-spectrum disorders, is associated with problems in controlled affective processing on a primed evaluation task. The current study examined whether in a larger college student sample SocAnh but not elevated perceptual aberration… CONTINUE READING
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