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  1. Replication of the associations of positive, negative, and disorganized schizotypy with interview-assessed symptoms and impairment: Convergence with previous studies.
  2. Affective dynamics in daily life are differentially expressed in positive, negative, and disorganized schizotypy.
  3. Schizotypal personality disorder in the alternative model for personality disorders.
  4. Bipolar spectrum psychopathology is associated with altered emotion dynamics across multiple timescales.
  5. Association of positive, negative, and disorganized schizotypy with cluster a, borderline, and avoidant personality disorders and traits.
  6. A time-lagged study of predictors of paranoia and psychotic-like experiences in daily life across the schizotypy continuum.
  7. Reward-seeking deficits in major depression: Unpacking appetitive task performance with ex-Gaussian response time variability analysis.
  8. A brief questionnaire measure of multidimensional schizotypy predicts interview-rated symptoms and impairment
  9. Association of multidimensional schizotypy with psychotic-like experiences, affect, and social functioning in daily life: Comparable findings across samples and schizotypy measures.
  10. Differential item functioning of the Multidimensional Schizotypy Scale and Multidimensional Scale-Brief across ethnicity.
  11. Bipolar Spectrum Psychopathology is Associated with Altered Emotion Dynamics Across Multiple Timescales
  12. Worst performance rule, or not-best performance rule?
  13. Positive, Negative, and Disorganized Schizotypy Predict Differential Patterns of Interview-Rated Schizophrenia-Spectrum Symptoms and Impairment
  14. Schizotypy, schizotypal personality, and psychosis risk
  15. Using multiple measures of openness to experience to capture positive, negative, and disorganized dimensions of schizotypy.
  16. Emotion Dynamics Concurrently and Prospectively Predict Mood Psychopathology
  17. Examination of relational memory in multidimensional schizotypy
  18. Affective dynamics in bipolar spectrum psychopathology: Modeling inertia, reactivity, variability, and instability in daily life
  19. Psychometric Properties of the Multidimensional Schizotypy Scale and Multidimensional Schizotypy Scale–Brief: Item and Scale Test–Retest Reliability and Concordance of Original and Brief Forms
  20. Affective Dynamics in Bipolar Spectrum Psychopathology: Modeling Inertia, Reactivity, Variability, and Instability in Daily Life
  21. Association of positive, negative, and disorganized schizotypy dimensions with affective symptoms and experiences
  22. Evaluating the RZ Interval and the Pre-ejection Period as Impedance Cardiography Measures of Effort-Related Cardiac Sympathetic Activity
  23. Validity of the Multidimensional Schizotypy Scale: Associations with schizotypal traits and normal personality.
  24. An Exploratory Analysis of Individual Differences in Mind Wandering Content and Consistency
  25. Exploratory Graph Analysis of the Multidimensional Schizotypy Scales
  26. What can daily life assessment tell us about the bipolar spectrum?
  27. Expression of schizophrenia-spectrum personality traits in daily life.
  28. Relatives' expressed emotion, distress and attributions in clinical high-risk and recent onset of psychosis
  29. Childhood trauma, BDNF Val66Met and subclinical psychotic experiences. Attempt at replication in two independent samples
  30. The Effects of Psychotherapy for Major Depressive Disorder on Daily Mood and Functioning: A Longitudinal Experience Sampling Study
  31. Individual differences in the executive control of attention, memory, and thought, and their associations with schizotypy.
  32. The Interaction between Childhood Bullying and the FKBP5 Gene on Psychotic-Like Experiences and Stress Reactivity in Real Life
  33. Do depressive symptoms “blunt” effort? An analysis of cardiac engagement and withdrawal for an increasingly difficult task
  34. Examining the multidimensional structure of impulsivity in daily life
  35. Impact of Adverse Childhood Experiences on Psychotic-Like Symptoms and Stress Reactivity in Daily Life in Nonclinical Young Adults
  36. Association between RGS4 variants and psychotic-like experiences in nonclinical individuals
  37. Interview Investigation of Insecure Attachment Styles as Mediators between Poor Childhood Care and Schizophrenia-Spectrum Phenomenology
  38. Impact of attachment style on the 1-year outcome of persons with an at-risk mental state for psychosis
  39. Measuring the validity and psychometric properties of a short form of the Hypomanic Personality Scale
  40. The dimensional structure of short forms of the Wisconsin Schizotypy Scales
  41. Turn That Racket Down! Physical Anhedonia and Diminished Pleasure From Music
  42. The psychometric assessment of schizotypy
  43. Motivational deficits differentially predict improvement in a randomized trial of self-system therapy for depression.
  44. Attachment style predicts affect, cognitive appraisals, and social functioning in daily life
  45. The Role of Schizotypy in the Study of the Etiology of Schizophrenia Spectrum Disorders
  46. A 3-year longitudinal study of risk for bipolar spectrum psychopathology.
  47. COMT-by-Sex Interaction Effect on Psychosis Proneness
  48. Schizotypy: Looking Back and Moving Forward
  49. Fearful attachment mediates the association of childhood trauma with schizotypy and psychotic-like experiences
  50. Creative motivation: Creative achievement predicts cardiac autonomic markers of effort during divergent thinking
  51. Effort deficits and depression: The influence of anhedonic depressive symptoms on cardiac autonomic activity during a mental challenge
  52. Splitting of Associative Threads: The Expression of Schizotypal Ambivalence in Daily Life
  53. A three-year longitudinal study of affective temperaments and risk for psychopathology
  54. Relatives׳ illness attributions mediate the association of expressed emotion with early psychosis symptoms and functioning
  55. Worries about Being Judged versus Being Harmed: Disentangling the Association of Social Anxiety and Paranoia with Schizotypy
  56. Identifying Gene-Environment Interactions in Schizophrenia: Contemporary Challenges for Integrated, Large-scale Investigations
  57. Everyday creativity in daily life: An experience-sampling study of “little c” creativity.
  58. Listening between the notes: Aesthetic chills in everyday music listening.
  59. Comparing the factor structure of the Wisconsin Schizotypy Scales and the Schizotypal Personality Questionnaire.
  60. Subjective quality of life in At-Risk Mental State for psychosis patients: relationship with symptom severity and functional impairment
  61. Affective temperaments: Unique constructs or dimensions of normal personality by another name?
  62. Planned missing-data designs in experience-sampling research: Monte Carlo simulations of efficient designs for assessing within-person constructs
  63. Predictors of expressed emotion, burden and quality of life in relatives of Mexican patients with psychosis
  64. Positive and negative schizotypy are associated with prodromal and schizophrenia-spectrum symptoms
  65. Reinforcement sensitivity theory predicts positive and negative affect in daily life
  66. The expression of affective temperaments in daily life
  67. Illness Perception Mediates the Effect of Illness Course on the Quality of Life of Mexican Patients with Psychosis
  68. The association of affective temperaments with impairment and psychopathology in a young adult sample
  69. Altered Development of the Dorsolateral Prefrontal Cortex in Chromosome 22q11.2 Deletion Syndrome: An In Vivo Proton Spectroscopy Study
  70. Schizotypal Personality Disorder: An Integrative Review
  71. Applicability of the Nonverbal Learning Disability Paradigm for Children With 22q11.2 Deletion Syndrome
  72. Palm or Cell? Comparing Personal Digital Assistants and Cell Phones for Experience Sampling Research
  73. Brief assessment of schizotypy: Developing short forms of the Wisconsin Schizotypy Scales
  74. Aberrant Asociality: How Individual Differences in Social Anhedonia Illuminate the Need to Belong
  75. Factor Invariance of Psychometric Schizotypy in Spanish and American Samples
  76. Psychometric Properties of the Wisconsin Schizotypy Scales in an Undergraduate Sample: Classical Test Theory, Item Response Theory, and Differential Item Functioning
  77. An Experience-Sampling Study of Depressive Symptoms and Their Social Context
  78. Discordance in diagnoses and treatment of psychiatric disorders in children and adolescents with 22q11.2 deletion syndrome
  79. The expression of bipolar spectrum psychopathology in daily life
  80. Three studies on self-report scales to detect bipolar disorder
  81. From Environment to Therapy in Psychosis: A Real-World Momentary Assessment Approach
  82. Psychopathology, social adjustment and personality correlates of schizotypy clusters in a large nonclinical sample
  83. Socioeconomic Status and Psychological Function in Children with Chromosome 22q11.2 Deletion Syndrome: Implications for Genetic Counseling
  84. COMT and anxiety and cognition in children with chromosome 22q11.2 deletion syndrome
  85. Assessment of Score Dependability of the Wisconsin Schizotypy Scales Using Generalizability Analysis
  86. Evidence of gray matter reduction and dysfunction in chromosome 22q11.2 deletion syndrome
  87. PW01-176 - Schizotypy clusters in nonclinical individuals
  88. An examination of neuroticism as a moderating factor in the association of positive and negative schizotypy with psychopathology in a nonclinical sample
  89. Neurological soft signs in psychometrically identified schizotypy
  90. Tracking the train of thought from the laboratory into everyday life: An experience-sampling study of mind wandering across controlled and ecological contexts
  91. Self-Reported ADHD Symptoms Among College Students
  92. The social world of the socially anhedonic: Exploring the daily ecology of asociality
  93. Momentary assessment research in psychosis.
  94. The Schizotypal Ambivalence Scale as a Marker of Schizotypy
  95. The Relationship of Social Anxiety and Social Anhedonia to Psychometrically Identified Schizotypy
  96. The interaction of reinforcement sensitivity and life events in the prediction of anhedonic depression and mixed anxiety-depression symptoms
  97. The Expression of Adult ADHD Symptoms in Daily Life
  98. The Dimensional Structure of the Wisconsin Schizotypy Scales: Factor Identification and Construct Validity
  99. Anxiety and depression symptoms in psychometrically identified schizotypy
  100. Extralimital triradii as a putative marker of schizotypy
  101. Dermatoglyphic anomalies in psychometrically identified schizotypic young adults
  102. Abnormalities of the corpus callosum in nonpsychotic children with chromosome 22q11 deletion syndrome
  103. Extralimital triradii as a marker of risk for schizotypy
  104. Psychometric Properties and Concurrent Validity of the Schizotypal Ambivalence Scale
  105. Assessment of psychosis proneness in African-American college students
  106. Dissociative Experiences in Hypothetically Psychosis-Prone College Students
  107. A Ten-Year Longitudinal Study of Intense Ambivalence as a Predictor of Risk for Psychopathology
  108. A longitudinal study of high scorers on the Hypomanic Personality Scale.
  109. Smooth pursuit eye tracking and visual fixation in psychosis-prone individuals
  110. Development of a new prospective study of risk for schizophrenia-spectrum disorders
  111. Wisconsin Card Sorting Test deficits in schizotypic individuals
  112. Social anhedonia as a predictor of the development of schizophrenia-spectrum disorders.
  113. Magical ideation and social anhedonia as predictors of psychosis proneness: A partial replication.
  114. Scales for the measurement of schizotypy
  115. Putatively psychosis-prone subjects 10 years later.
  116. "Slowness and the preceding preparatory interval effect in schizophrenia": Correction.
  117. Facilitation of word recognition by semantic priming in schizophrenia.
  118. A five-factor model perspective of schizotypal personality disorder.