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The placement of anomalous self -experiences within schizotypal personality in a nonclinical sample

David C Cicero, Lukasz Gaweda, Barnaby Nelson



Anomalous self-experiences are disturbances in the subjective experience of the self and have been shown to be related to the premorbid, prodromal, acute, and chronic phases of schizophrenia-spectrum disorders. Despite having a long history in psychopathology research, anomalous self-experiences are not explicitly represented in any major nosology of mental disorders. Previous research suggests that anomalous self-experiences are correlated, but distinct from other aspects of schizotypal personality, but this has not been examined with confirmatory factor analysis. The current research aimed to examine where anomalous self-experiences fit within the structure of schizotypal personality inclu..

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