Positive and Negative Symptoms in Psychosis: Description, Research, and Future Directions

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SUBJECT INDEX
Abnormal Involuntary Movement Scale (AIMS) 133-136, 145, 205-206
Alogia, see Formal Thought Disorder
Affective Flattening 3-4, 52-53, 254-257,264,292-293
and brain deficits 219,221-222, 227-229, 231-233
and encoding 80-81
and heritability 54,283-286
and prognosis 95,101-107,111-113
and skin conductance 246-247
Assessment of Symptoms 2-4, 55-56, 95-100, 158-164, 260-265
Anhedonia 51-66, 95
and heritability 51-60
and information processing 80-85
Asociality 114-115, 145
and neurological deterioration 221 -222
and pre-morbid adjustment 276-287
and prognosis 1214, 273, 276-287
Attentional failures 1-2
and negative symptoms 288
and thought disorder 31, 38-41, 66-92
and reaction time 13-15
Backward Masking Paradigm 37-39
Bipolar Disorder, see Mania
Brief Psychiatric Rating Scale (BPRS) 137, 139-143, 246
California Psychological Inventory (CPI) 53
Cloze Analysis and Rater Variables 210
and thought disorder 210
Cluster Analysis 24-26
Cognitive Deficitsts 1-29, 30-32
and electrodermal activity 246
and VBR 226-227
and positive/negative syndrome status 129-136
Cognitive Diagnostic Battery 129-133, 143-147
Cognitive Functioning Batteries 18-23
multiparadigmatic strategies 19
Cohesion and Reference Variables 87-91
and distractibility 90-91
Communication Disorder Hypotheses 68-69, 88, 91-93, 196-197
Comprehension Subtask WAIS 160-165
Conceptual Models of Positive and Negative Symptoms
alternating phase 42-49
contributing influence 42-49, 118-123
dimensional 70, 123-147, 246
modifying influence 42-49, 118-123, 256
progressive stage 42-49
subtype 25, 42-49, 70-71, 124-154
threshold 42-49, 119-123
vulnerability 42-49, 256
Construct Validity 7-8
versus nomothetic Span 7
Computerized Axial Tomography (CT) Scan 117, 222
and cerebellar changes 223-239
and sulcalwidening 230-231
and ventricular enlargement 223-230
Delusions 33, 70-72, 99, 258-259, 274-275
and brain deficits, 217
and heritability 53
and paranoid symptomatology 264-265
and impaired perspective 192
and positive thought disorder 179-180, 182
and post-mortem data 218
and prognosis 110-111, 117-118
and reliability of syndrome scales 139
and thought disorder 156, 167, 171
and ventriculomegaly 227, 229
Digit Span Distraction Task 39-41, 70-73, 87-93
and positive thought disorder 70-73
and reference failures 87-93
and symptom subtypes 70-72
Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders
(DSM-III) 32, 70, 96-97, 160, 162, 196, 248
Dopaminergic Overactivity
and attention 93
and positive symptoms 94, 153, 218, 259
See also medication responsivity
Electrodermal Activity 249-253
Electrodermal Responses 275-289
and 243-266
and symptoms 247-266
Encoding Variables 80-87
and thought disorder 82-87
Extrapyramidal Rating Scale 133-137
Extrapyramidal Symptoms 133-137, 141, 145-148
Flat Affect see affective flattening
Formal Thought Disorder 50-66, 67-93, 155-194,195-215
and genetic influence 50-66,283-286
and information processing 67-93
and prognosis 166-182
Genetic Influence on Schizophrenia 50-66, 94-95, 118-123, 258-288
and paranoid vs. nonparanoid status 264-266

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