Validation Study of Italian Version of Inventory for Déjà Vu Experiences Assessment (I-IDEA): A Screening Tool to Detect Déjà Vu Phenomenon in Italian Healthy Individuals

@article{Mumoli2017ValidationSO,
  title={Validation Study of Italian Version of Inventory for D{\'e}j{\`a} Vu Experiences Assessment (I-IDEA): A Screening Tool to Detect D{\'e}j{\`a} Vu Phenomenon in Italian Healthy Individuals},
  author={Laura Mumoli and Giovanni Tripepi and Umberto Aguglia and Antonio Augimeri and Rossella Baggetta and Francesca Bisulli and Antonella Bruni and Salvatore Maria Cavalli and Alfredo D’Aniello and Ornella Daniele and Carlo Di Bonaventura and Giancarlo Di Gennaro and Jinane Fattouch and Edoardo Ferlazzo and Alessandra Ferrari and Anna Teresa Giallonardo and Sara Gasparini and Salvatore Nigro and Andrea Romigi and Vito Sofia and P Tinuper and Maria Grazia Vaccaro and Leila Zummo and Aldo Quattrone and Antonio Gambardella and Angelo Labate},
  journal={Behavioral Sciences},
  year={2017},
  volume={7}
}
The Inventory Déjà Vu Experiences Assessment (IDEA) is the only screening instrument proposed to evaluate the Déjà vu (DV) experience. Here, we intended to validate the Italian version of IDEA (I-IDEA) and at the same time to investigate the incidence and subjective qualities of the DV phenomenon in healthy Italian adult individuals on basis of an Italian multicentre observational study. In this study, we report normative data on the I-IDEA, collected on a sample of 542 Italian healthy subjects… Expand
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