Introduction to the Special Section
Contributions of Clinical Neuropsychology to the Study of Schizophrenia
Strategies for Resolving the Heterogeneity of Schizophrenics and Their Relatives Using Cognitive Measures
Relation of Neuroleptic and Anticholinergic Medication to Cognitive Functions in Schizophrenia
Fear-Relevant Selective Associations and Covariation Bias
Fear Conditioning, Meaning, and Belongingness
A Prospective Study of Stressful Life Events and Schizophrenic Relapse
Restrained Eating
The Skin-Flushing Response
Electrodermal Nonresponding, Premorbid Adjustment, and Symptomatology as Predictors of Long-Term Social Functioning in Schizophrenics
Self-Structure in Schizophrenia
Hypnotic Blindness, Awareness, and Attribution
Observational Conditioning of Fear to Fear-Relevant Versus Fear-Irrelevant Stimuli in Rhesus Monkeys
Characterizing Life Events as Risk Factors for Depression
Life Stressors, Social Resources, Coping, and the 4-Year Course of Unipolar Depression
Skin-Conductance Orienting Response in Chronic Schizophrenics
Parental Communication Deviance and Schizophrenia
Positive Thought Disorder in a Hypothetically Psychosis-Prone Population
Schema Congruence and Depression
Effects of Dietary Restraint, Obesity, and Gender on Holiday Eating Behavior and Weight Gain
A Comparison of the Validity of Three Scales for the Assessment of Dietary Restraint
Autobiographical Memory in a Case of Multiple Personality Disorder