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Launay-Slade Hallucination Scale Scores on the X-axis and Number of Top- Down Errors in the Semantic Task on the Y-axis. Using partial correlations, we. Keywords: Launay–Slade Hallucination Scale (LSHS-R); Predisposition to hallucinations; Misattribution of source; Intrusive thoughts The Launay–Slade. The Launay-Slade Hallucination Scale (LSHS-R) (Launay Slade, ; Bentall & Slade, a) is a frequently used measure of predisposition to hallucinations.

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Having identified the presence of hallucinations in non-clinical samples, studies have started to explore the relationships between these experiences and other psychological or psychopathological variables or domains such as anxiety, depression and stress 10emotions 11personality 12and metacognition Personality and Individual Differences, 7 2— Nonetheless, auditory and visual forms represent the major risk factors for a psychiatric diagnosis Ohayon, ; de Leede-Smith and Barkus, Factor I explained From This Paper Figures, tables, and topics from this paper.

However, this three-factor structure was not in accordance with the five-factor structure proposed by the authors of the original questionnaire Factor I: In order to collect additional relevant information, hallucination predisposition items were interspersed with several fillers items: Context binding and hallucination predisposition.

Quality of hallucinatory experiences: differences between a clinical and a non-clinical sample

The measurement of hallucinatory predisposition in male and female prisoners. Prevalence of hallucinations and their pathological associations in the general population. Metacognitions in proneness towards hallucinations and delusions. British Journal of Clinical Psychology, 24, — When I really like a song, I can listen to it without needing to hear it in reality. Overall number of participants and percentages for each LSHS factor according to prevalence, frequency of occurrence, perceived degree of control, and affective content.


VHs may also occur in a wide range of clinical conditions, such as ophthalmologic diseases, neurologic disorders, toxic and metabolic disorders, and psychiatric disorders e.

Metacognitive factors and alterations of attention related to predisposition to hallucinations. Informed written consent was obtained for each participant prior to their involvement in the study.

The percentage of variance explained by each factor was As for the internal consistency and reliability of the questionnaire, the analysis yielded satisfactory results. The prevalence of comorbid anxiety in schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorder and bipolar disorder. Kotz Scientific Reports Cognitive and emotional predictors of predisposition to hallucinations in non-patients.

However, they can also be experienced during waking hours e. Dimensional psychotic experiences in adolescence: The measurement scaale hallucinatory predisposition in male and female prisoners. These categories were named using a comprehensive instrument for psychopathological assessment AMPD System Items were considered to have adequate consistency if their item-total correlation fell between 0.

Quality of hallucinatory experiences: differences between a clinical and a non-clinical sample

Consequently, we hypothesized that nonclinical hallucinations would be more prevalent in female relative to male participants. Hallucinations and related perceptual disturbance in a non-clinical Spanish population. Reality discrimination, reality monitoring and disposition towards halluci- nation. Lawrence Erlbaum— Nonetheless, whereas participants tended to select higher values 3 and 4 points in five of the items 1, 2, 3, 7, and 12 and unsure values 2 points in one of the items 510 items 4, 6, 8, 9, 10, 11, 13, 14, 15, and 16 were more likely to receive lower values 0 points.


Evidence that onset of clinical psychosis is an outcome of progressively more persistent subclinical psychotic experiences: The PCA analysis yielded a three-factor solution characterised by general hallucinatory tendency items 1, 2, 7, 8, 10 and sadesubjective externality of thought items 3, 4 halluciination 11 and vividness of daydreams items 5, 6 and Given increasing evidence that hallucinations have a distinctive cognitive basis in schizophrenia e.

The people in my daydreams seem so true to life that I think they are real 6. The multifactorial structure of the predisposition to hallucinate and associations with anxiety, depression and stress.

Clinical scores differed significantly between the two subsamples see Table 7with individuals with high hallucination predisposition showing higher scores than individuals with low hallucination predisposition in both clinical measures BSI and SPQ.

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