Temporal Order Judgments in Schizophrenia and Bipolar Disorders – Explicit and Implicit Measures

Alana Arrouet, Patrik Polgári, Anne Giersch & Ellen Joos
Ordering events in time is essential for the understanding of causal relationships between successive events. Incorrect causal links can lead to false beliefs and an altered perception of reality. These symptoms belong to psychosis, which is present in schizophrenia (SZ) spectrum and bipolar (BP) disorder. Experimental results show that patients with SZ have an altered perception of temporal order, while there are no data in patients with BP. We investigated the ability of patients with...
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