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■ Abbreviation / Long Form : MI / Magical Ideation

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Long Form:   Magical Ideation
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2018 [Schizotypy Personality Questionnaire Brief Revisited (SPQ-BR) Hungarian adaptation and interpretation of factors]. ASI, SPQ-BR
2014 Genetic and environmental bases of the interplay between magical ideation and personality. MIS, TCI
2013 Lateral asymmetry in saccadic eye movements during face processing: the role of individual differences in schizotypy. RH
2008 Magical ideation and hyperacusis. ---
2006 Obsessive-compulsive beliefs and magical ideation in eating disorders. MIS, OBQ, OCD
2005 Magical ideation and its relation to lateral preference. ---
2004 Nonstereotyped responding in positive schizotypy after a single dose of levodopa. DA
2004 The presence of magical thinking in obsessive compulsive disorder. ---
2003 Hands, arms, and minds: interactions between posture and thought. AF, HC
10  2002 Prediction of personality disorder traits by psychosis proneness scales in a German sample of young adults. PER, PhA
11  2002 Why is magical ideation related to leftward deviation on an implicit line bisection task? ---
12  2001 Loose but normal: a semantic association study. ---
13  2001 Unilateral olfactory perception and magical ideation. ---
14  1999 Two-year stability of Psychosis Proneness Scales and their relations to personality disorder traits. PER, PhA
15  1998 Creative, paranormal, and delusional thought: a consequence of right hemisphere semantic activation? LVF/RH, RH, RVF/LH
16  1998 Schizotypal thinking and associative processing: a response commonality analysis of verbal fluency. ---
17  1995 Further evidence for a multidimensional personality disposition to schizophrenia in terms of cognitive inhibition. PhA, SoA, STA