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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

Volume 14, Number 3, 1 May 2009

Overinclusive thought and loosening of associations are not unique to schizophrenia and are produced in Alzheimer's dementia
pp. 149-164(16)
Authors: Doughty, Olivia; Lawrence, Verity; Al-Mousawi, Adil; Ashaye, Kunle; Done, D. John

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Altered emotional morality in frontotemporal dementia
pp. 165-179(15)
Authors: Mendez, Mario; Shapira, Jill

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Ganser syndrome with work-related onset in a patient with a background of immigration
pp. 180-198(19)
Authors: Staniloiu, Angelica; Bender, Ash; Smolewska, Kathy; Ellis, Janet; Abramowitz, Carolyn; Markowitsch, Hans

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Skin conductance responses during decisions in ambiguous and risky situations in obsessive-compulsive disorder
pp. 199-216(18)
Authors: Starcke, Katrin; Tuschen-Caffier, Brunna; Markowitsch, Hans-Joachim; Brand, Matthias

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Do patients with schizophrenia attribute mental states in a referential communication task?
pp. 217-239(23)
Authors: Champagne-Lavau, Maud; Fossard, Marion; Martel, Guillaume; Chapdelaine, Cimon; Blouin, Guy; Rodriguez, Jean-Pierre; Stip, Emmanuel

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Appraisals of intentional actions from three perspectives: Do they relate to paranoia
pp. 240-256(17)
Authors: Harrington, Leigh; McClure, John; Siegert, Richard

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Paranoia: The 21st-century fear
pp. 257-260(4)
Author: Jones, Simon

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