This compelling book argues that all people with schizophrenia share a personality organization known as schizotypy. Presented is a novel framework for understanding schizophrenia through the study of individuals who may never develop the disorder, but who nonetheless harbor a liability for it. Mark F. Lenzenweger comprehensively reviews current knowledge about schizotypy while exploring broader questions of how to think about and conduct psychopathology research, making the book useful and relevant for both researchers and students. He demonstrates state-of-the-art strategies for combining clinical observations, psychometric and psychophysiological measures, neuroimaging, and genetic analyses, and for analyzing the results using advanced statistical techniques.The fire investigator might be able to find the breaker box and the remnants of charred breakers, melted and twisted plastic components, burnt wiring, and so on . However, in this mess of twisted and charred debris, it would be particularly hardanbsp;...
|Title||:||Schizotypy and Schizophrenia|
|Author||:||Mark F. Lenzenweger|
|Publisher||:||Guilford Press - 2011-03-22|