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ERIC Number: EJ167043
Record Type: CIJE
Publication Date: 1977
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IQ Deficit in Schizophrenia: A Test of Competing Theories
Martin, Paul J.; And Others
Journal of Clinical Psychology, 33, 3, 667-72, Jul 77
This study tested competing interpretations of IQ deficit in schizophrenic patients. One interpretation (concomitancy hypothesis) holds that IQ loss is a product of schizophrenic symptoms and is remedied as the symptoms remit. The second (prodromal hypothesis) holds that IQ deficit preceeds and facilitates the development of schizophrenic disorder and is not remedied with symptom remission. (Editor)
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