The Aberrant Salience Inventory: A New Measure of Psychosis Proneness. David C. Cicero, Denis M. McCarthy, and John G. Kerns. Department of. Aberrant salience is the unusual or incorrect assignment of salience, significance , or importance to otherwise innocuous stimuli and has been hypothesized to. Tracking salience in young people: A psychometric field test of the Aberrant Salience Inventory (ASI). Andrea Raballo.

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The Aberrant Salience Inventory: a new measure of psychosis proneness.

The Aberrant Salience Inventory: The Revised Social Anhedonia Scale. TallentChristie W. Suzanne Neumann, Richard Linscott; S Collins The Behavioral and brain sciences Diane C GoodingKathleen A.

R Flesch The Journal of applied psychology Clinical status of at-risk individuals 5 years later: CiceroJohn G.

In Study 2, the 5-factor structure of the ASI was confirmed with a confirmatory factor analysis, and a 2nd-order factor analysis found evidence consistent with a single higher order factor. Email alerts New issue alert. Thomas R Kwapil Journal of abnormal psychology A new readability yardstick. Matts Journal of abnormal psychology Conversely, the SAT implicit aberrant salience measures response latency to irrelevant stimuli. Skip to search form Skip to main content. It furthers the University’s objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide.


Neurobiology of the structure of personality: This study also provided support for its discriminant validity as the ASI was only weakly associated with social anhedonia.

Sign In or Create an Account. Higher ASI scores niventory associated with, but not unique to, schizophrenia. Aberrant salience is thought to play a role in the development of the symptoms of schizophrenia, but the hypothesis lacks consistent support.

The Aberrant Salience Inventory: a new measure of psychosis proneness.

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Reduced SAT explicit adaptive salience was associated with schizophrenia, while SAT implicit inventoryy salience scores differed between psychopathologies.

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Editorial Between inequality and mental health: Receive exclusive offers and updates from Oxford Academic. Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford. Study 2 also provided support for the scale score’s convergent validity as the ASI was strongly associated with psychosis-proneness measures and dissociation measures and moderately correlated with measures associated with levels of dopamine.


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Previous research found no relationship in a population sample between two measures of aberrant salience: From This Paper Topics from this paper. Cicero and John G.

Despite the importance of this concept in psychosis research, no questionnaire measures are available to assess aberrant salience. Close mobile search navigation Article navigation. Overall, the ASI demonstrated sound psychometric properties and may be useful for measuring aberrant salience and psychosis proneness in clinical and nonclinical samples.

BennettLisa Rachelle Riso Lilenfeld Tracking salience in young people: Showing of 19 extracted citations. The ASI is designed to measure a trait associated with schizophrenia.