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Estilo atribucional en esquizofrenia

Attributional style in schizophrenia


385viewsDefinition of Attributional Style in Schizophrenia The attributional style is one of the areas that integrate the social cognition construct in the field of schizophrenia. It refers to how individuals come to infer the possible…

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Percepción social en esquizofrenia

Social perception in schizophrenia


1.2kviewsDefinition of social perception in schizophrenia The term social perception refers to the individual’s ability to identify social roles, social rules and social contexts (Green and Horan, 2010). It refers to perceptual processes related to…

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Cognición social en esquizofrenia

Social cognition in schizophrenia


2.9kviewsWhat is social cognition? The term social cognition was coined during the so-called “cognitive revolution” that took place between the late 1960s and early 1970s (Sperry, 1993). However, the study of social cognition in schizophrenia…

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Social functioning in schizophrenia


10kviewsInterpersonal difficulties have been widely described in individuals with psychosis spectrum disorders and, specifically, they are a major feature of schizophrenia. The most common social deficits include, for example, problems in conversing, managing conflict, or…

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Cognición social: estructura y evaluación de un superconstructo

Social cognition: structure and assessmentof a key construct


13kviewsIn the field of neuropsychology and psychology, an understanding of social cognition brings to mind concepts such as empathy, recognition of emotional facial expressions, theory of mind or mentalization; however, it is not always clear…

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La cognición social o cómo comprender a las personas: ejercicios de cognición social

Social Cognition or Understanding Others: Social Cognition Activities


22.5kviewsDo you know, thanks to which cognitive function are we capable of interpreting other people’s emotions? Can you identify the function responsible for understanding what others might think in certain situations? Or do you know…

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