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“…However, individuals with poor insight experienced themselves as more extraverted than their therapists did and they were likely to be more certain of the veracity of their perceptions. In a similar vein, Niv et al [5] found that the self-reports on depression and anxiety symptoms of outpatients with schizophrenia were reliable and valid [6]. …”
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“…However, individuals with poor insight experienced themselves as more extraverted than their therapists did and they were likely to be more certain of the veracity of their perceptions. In a similar vein, Niv et al [5] found that the self-reports on depression and anxiety symptoms of outpatients with schizophrenia were reliable and valid [6]. …”
Section: Introductionmentioning
“…Studies reporting on the structural validity of the Positive and Negative Syndrome Scale (PANSS) were excluded as this has been reviewed previously (Lehoux, Gobeil, Lef ebvre, Maziade, & Roy, 2009;Wallwork, Fortgang, Hashimoto, Weinberger, & Dickinson, 2012). Overall 11 studies were eligible for inclusion in the review, and they are summarized in Table 1 (Allan & Martin, 2009;Cernis et al, 2016;de Haan et al, 2005;Huppert, Smith, & Apfeldorf, 2002;Llorca et al, 2014;Park et al, 2016;Romm et al, 2011;Seedat, Fritelli, Oosthuizen, Emsley, & Stein, 2007;Steer, Kumar, & Pinninti, 2003;Tso, Grove, & Taylor, 2012;Wang et al, 2016). Most studies recruited participants with a diagnosis of schizophrenia in an outpatient setting.…”
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“…Inter-rater reliability Inter-rater reliability was reported on two occasions and ranged from .78 for the Y-BOCS (de Haan et al, 2005) to .82 for the SAES (Llorca et al, 2014). (Steer et al, 2003) .92 Excellent ---DASS (Huppert et al, 2002) . Linacre (2001) SIAS (Huppert et al, 2002) .…”
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“…Items are summed for a total score, with higher numbers indicating greater psychopathology. The overall internal consistency of the measure is excellent (α = .98 for anxious outpatients; α = .85 for schizophrenia patients; Huppert et al, 2002). IHS means are 25.72 (SD = 21.39) for outpatients and 21.13 (SD = 11.33) for students (E. Buckner, Keen, Tellawi, & Williams, 2013).…”
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