- 1 Theoretical background and issues
- 2 Questionnaire measurement
- 3 Measuring paranoia/suspiciousness
- 4 Investigations of cognitive inhibitory processes in schizotypy and schizophrenia
- 5 Semantic activation and preconscious processing in schizophrenia and schizotypy
- 6 Brain, self, and others
- 7 Latent inhibition
- 8 Schizotypy and cerebral lateralization
- 9 Dyslexia and schizotypy
- 10 Schizotypy and obsessive-compulsive disorder
- 11 Benign schizotypy?
- 12 Hallucinations and arousability
- 13 Creativity and schizotypy
- 14 Final remarks and future directions
- Appendix I STQ items and normative data
- Appendix II The Oxford-Liverpool Inventory of Feelings and Experiences (O-LIFE)
- Appendix III The Paranoia/Suspiciousness Scale (PSQ)
- Author index
- Subject index
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- (p. 202) Schizotypy and obsessive-compulsive disorder
and Anthony Beech
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