New Findings of Reduced Visual Adaptation in Individuals High in Schizotypal Traits Accepted for Publication

Our manuscript entitled, ‘Altered short-term neural plasticity related to schizotypal traits: Evidence from visual adaptation’ was accepted in Schizophrenia Research. In this paper, we show that individuals high in schizophrenia-like traits show evidence for reduced adaptation in the visual system. These findings are suggestive of altered short-term plasticity being related to schizotypal traits, which may have implications for understanding the mechanisms of schizophrenia and their altered visual experiences.

MSU Clinical Neuroscience Lab