volume 55, issue 4, P367-373 1982
DOI: 10.1111/j.2044-8341.1982.tb01521.x
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Abstract: This study attempted to validate the psychoticism scale of the Brief Symptom Inventory (BSI) by comparing 31 schizophrenic patients with 98 non-schizophrenic patients. Unexpectedly, the schizophrenics did not exceed the non-schizophrenics on the psychoticism symptom dimension. None of a variety of controls and comparisons provided a basis for dismissing the finding. A rationale was introduced explaining why any attempt to match symptoms with the diagnosis of schizophrenia can at best meet with only qualified s…

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