British Journal of Clinical Psychology

Skip to Search

Skip to Navigation

Volume 37 Issue 1 (February 1998), Pages 1-126

Oxford—Liverpool Inventory of Feelings and Experiences: Reliability in an experimental population (pages 107-108)

Further to the recent development of the Oxford‐Liverpool Inventory of Feelings and Experiences (O‐LIFE), a short multidimensional schizotypy questionnaire, the present study set out to identify the reliability of all scales of this questionnaire within the same population. Participants were required to complete the O‐LIFE on two separate occasions, whilst taking part in latent inhibition and negative priming experiments. All scales correlated highly, thus lending further support to the reliability of this time efficient questionnaire.

Add This link

Bookmark and Share>