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Does the Beck Cognitive Insight Scale predict change in delusional beliefs?

Lecomte, Tania
Lecardeur, Laurent
Azoulay, Silke
Brazo, Perrine
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Published in Psychology and Psychotherapy. 2019, p. e12253
Abstract The Beck Cognitive Insight Scale (BCIS) is composed of two subscales, self-reflectiveness and self-certainty, assessing reflectiveness and openness to feedback, and mental flexibility. Delusions have previously been associated with low cognitive insight. The aim of this study was to determine whether changes in BCIS scores predict changes in delusional beliefs.
Keywords Beck Cognitive Insight ScaleCognitive behaviour therapyDelusional beliefsProcess of changeSchizophreniaSerious games
PMID: 31583824
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Project FNS: 32003B-121038
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PENZENSTADLER, Louise Emilie et al. Does the Beck Cognitive Insight Scale predict change in delusional beliefs?. In: Psychology and Psychotherapy, 2019, p. e12253. doi: 10.1111/papt.12253 https://archive-ouverte.unige.ch/unige:132687

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