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Die Negativsymptomatik im Verhältnis zur Positivsymptomatik und zur depressiven Symptomatik der Schizophrenie: Eine psychometrische Untersuchung

  • W. Maier
  • S. Schlegel
  • T. Klingler
  • A. Hillert
  • H. Wetzel

Zusammenfassung

Über den Umfang der negativen Kernsymptomatik herrscht ein weitgehender allgemeiner Konsens (Walker u. Lewine 1988): mehrere operationalisierte Konzepte wurden vorgeschlagen; unter diesen erhielten insbesondere die Inventare von Andreasen u. Olsen (1982) und diejenigen von Kay u. Opler (1987) eine hohe Akzeptanz. Gemeinsam ist allen Konzepten, daß die Symptome der Affektverflachung und der Alogie Bestandteile der Negativsymptomatik darstellen; strittig ist vor allem die Zugehörigkeit der Affektinadäquanz, die z.B. bei Andreasen u. Olsen (1982), im Gegensatz zu Johnstone (1989) als Teilsymptomatik der Affektverflachung der Negativsymptomatik zugeordnet wird. Die beiden obengenannten Inventare decken sich weitgehend bezüglich der abgedeckten psychopathologischen Symptomatik.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • W. Maier
  • S. Schlegel
  • T. Klingler
  • A. Hillert
  • H. Wetzel

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