The Silent Side of the Spectrum: Schizotypy and the Schizotaxic Self

@inproceedings{Raballo2011TheSS,
  title={The Silent Side of the Spectrum: Schizotypy and the Schizotaxic Self},
  author={Andrea Raballo and Josef Parnas},
  booktitle={Schizophrenia bulletin},
  year={2011}
}
The identification of individuals carrying unexpressed genetic liability to schizophrenia is crucial for both etiological research and clinical risk stratification. Subclinical psychopathological features detectable in the nonpsychotic part of the schizophrenia spectrum could improve the delineation of informative vulnerability phenotypes. Inspired by Meehl's schizotaxia-schizotypy heuristic model, we tested anomalous subjective experiences (self-disorders, SDs) as a candidate vulnerability… CONTINUE READING

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