Impaired startle prepulse inhibition and habituation in patients with schizotypal personality disorder.
- Published Article
The American journal of psychiatry
- Publication Date
Dec 01, 1993
This pattern of changes in amplitude and latency of the startle response suggests that subjects with schizotypal personality disorder perceive the prepulse stimuli but still demonstrate deficient sensorimotor gating of amplitude. These findings support the importance of startle prepulse inhibition and startle habituation as biological markers for schizophrenia spectrum disorders.
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