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  • n. A continuum of personality characteristics and experiences related to psychosis and specifically schizophrenia.

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Examples

  • Essen-Moller (289) introduced the term schizoidia (used here), and Meehl (662) introduced the term schizotypy to characterize these behaviors.

    The Neuropsychiatric Guide to Modern Everyday Psychiatry

  • Intriguingly, prior research has shown a similar inability to deactivate the default network among those with working memory deficits, as well as schizophrenic individuals and their relatives who are more likely to have schizotypy.

    Why Daydreamers Are More Creative

  • Healthy schizotypy in a population of paranormal believers and experients.

    ENTANGLED MINDS

  • People who score highly on measures of schizotypy show greater right hemisphere activation, and are branded 'weird', 'odd', 'quirky' and 'awkward' by a clumsy write-up.

    Mind Hacks: 2005-09-16 Spike activity

  • If Whybrow and Gartner are right, therefore, might Americans be more likely to show traits of psychosis and schizotypy as well?

    Mind Hacks: Do americans have a propensity for hypomania?

  • All people with schizophrenia share a personality organization known as schizotypy.

    Newswise: Latest News

  • While I was doing all sorts of fancy mediation analyses to see how schizotypy, creativity, and mating success were linked, one striking direct path to mating success stood out to me: low agreeableness; the lower the agreeableness, the more sexual partners.

    Psychology Today

  • Their associations with self-rated schizotypy (SPQ), vigilance, verbal, spatial working memory and antisaccade eye performance were tested with regressions in a representative population of 2,243 young male military conscripts.

    BioMed Central - Latest articles

  • SNP4 was associated with negative schizotypy (higher SPQ negative factor for common T allele, p = 0.009; p = 0.031 for differences across genotypes) and a similar trend was seen also for common A allele of SNP18 (p = 0.039 for allele-load model; but p = 0.12 for genotype differences).

    BioMed Central - Latest articles

  • We aimed to study associations of common RGS4 variants with prefrontal dependent cognitive performance and schizotypy endophenotypes at the population level.

    BioMed Central - Latest articles

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