publication . Article . 2018

The Impact of Sex Differences on Odor Identification and Facial Affect Recognition in Patients with Schizophrenia Spectrum Disorders

Nilufar Mossaheb; Rainer M. Kaufmann; Monika Schlögelhofer; Thushara Aninilkumparambil; Claudia Himmelbauer; Anna Gold; Sonja Zehetmayer; Holger Hoffmann; Harald C. Traue; Harald Aschauer;
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  • Published: 31 Jan 2018 Journal: Frontiers in Psychiatry, volume 9 (eissn: 1664-0640, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Frontiers Media S.A.
Background Social interactive functions such as facial emotion recognition and smell identification have been shown to differ between women and men. However, little is known about how these differences are mirrored in patients with schizophrenia and how these abilities interact with each other and with other clinical variables in patients vs. healthy controls. Methods Standardized instruments were used to assess facial emotion recognition [Facially Expressed Emotion Labelling (FEEL)] and smell identification [University of Pennsylvania Smell Identification Test (UPSIT)] in 51 patients with schizophrenia spectrum disorders and 79 healthy controls; furthermore, wo...
free text keywords: Psychiatry, Original Research, schizophrenia, emotion recognition, smell identification, social cognition, sex, RC435-571, Psychiatry and Mental health, Psychopathology, Developmental psychology, Psychology, Odor, Clinical psychology, medicine.disease, medicine, Working memory, Multivariate analysis of variance, Social cognitive theory
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