The color-form responses of normal, psychotic, and neurotic subjects


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Abstract

“Results showed that neurotics do not differ significantly from normals in their responses to color on the test battery, and that manic-depressives respond less than schizophrenics do to color but not significantly so. The schizophrenics did, however, react significantly more to color than did the other groups, and it was argued that the battery was measuring schizophrenia specifically rather than psychoticism.” 21 references. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2006 APA, all rights reserved)

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