Integration and development in schizotypy research : an introduction to the special supplement

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Title
Integration and development in schizotypy research : an introduction to the special supplement
Journal
Schizophrenia Bulletin
Author(s)
Debbané M., Mohr C.
ISSN
0586-7614
Publication state
Published
Issued date
2015
Peer-reviewed
Oui
Volume
41
Number
suppl. 2
Pages
S363-S365
Language
english
Abstract
In its fifth decade of existence, the construct of schizotypy
is recapturing the early scientific interest it attracted when
Paul E. Meehl (1920-2003), who coined the term, pioneered
the field of schizotypy research. The International
Lemanic Workshop on Schizotypy, hosted at the
University of Geneva in December 2013, recently offered
an opportunity to address some of the fundamental questions
in contemporary schizotypy research and situate the
construct in the greater scheme of future scientific projects
on schizophrenia and psychological health research.
What kind of knowledge has schizotypy research provided
in furthering our understanding of schizophrenia? What
types of questions can schizotypy research tackle, and
which are the conceptual and methodological frameworks
to address them? How will schizotypy research contribute
to future scientific endeavors? The International Lemanic
Workshop brought together leading experts in the field
around the tasks of articulating the essential findings in
schizotypy research, as well as providing some key insights
and guidance to face scientific challenges of the future.
The current supplement contains 8 position articles, 4
research articles, and 1 invited commentary that outline
the state of the art in schizotypy research today
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