Evaluating the Chinese Soldier Personality Questionnaire in Terms of Assessing Schizotypal Personality Proneness
The Chinese Soldier Personality Questionnaire (CSPQ; Xiao, Miao, Xiao, Wu, & Li, 2007) was evaluated to assess its effectiveness in identifying schizotypal-personality-prone individuals. CSPQ scores of 1,153 schizotypal-personality-prone individuals were compared with those of 991 nonschizotypal-personality-prone individuals. The results suggested that setting the cut-off point for the comprehensive scores of the CSPQ at 150 could differentiate schizotypal personality proneness in individuals and control more effectively for this condition.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2012-04-01
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