Schizophrenia

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Social interaction is considered to be such an important contributor to physical and mental well-being that individuals who show relatively low drive for and pleasure from interacting with others are sometimes given a clinical diagnosis of “social anhedonia.” Social anhedonia cannot be explained by social anxiety or exclusion; rather, socially More

A sample of new research exploring: a person-centered approach to understanding comorbidity; links between deployment stressors, post-military work, and family quality of life; audiovisual binding and symptoms predicting onset of schizophrenia; and a functional view of the p factor in psychopathology. More