Validity and usefulness of the Wisconsin Manual for Assessing Psychotic-like Experiences.

@article{Kwapil1999ValidityAU,
  title={Validity and usefulness of the Wisconsin Manual for Assessing Psychotic-like Experiences.},
  author={Thomas R Kwapil and L J Chapman and J Chapman},
  journal={Schizophrenia bulletin},
  year={1999},
  volume={25 2},
  pages={363-75}
}
  • Thomas R Kwapil, L J Chapman, J Chapman
  • Published 1999 in Schizophrenia bulletin
The Wisconsin Manual for Assessing Psychotic-like Experiences is an interview-based assessment system for rating psychotic and psychotic-like symptoms on a continuum of deviancy from normal to grossly psychotic. The original manual contained six scales, assessing thought transmission, passivity experiences, thought withdrawal, auditory experiences, personally relevant aberrant beliefs, and visual experiences. A seventh scale assessing deviant olfactory experiences was subsequently added. The… CONTINUE READING

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