Interpersonal reactivity differences in Tourette syndrome

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Interpersonal reactivity differences in Tourette syndrome. / Eddy, Clare M.; Macerollo, Antonella; Martino, Davide; Cavanna, Andrea E.

In: Psychiatry Research, Vol. 228, No. 3, 30.08.2015, p. 932-935.

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Eddy, Clare M. ; Macerollo, Antonella ; Martino, Davide ; Cavanna, Andrea E. / Interpersonal reactivity differences in Tourette syndrome. In: Psychiatry Research. 2015 ; Vol. 228, No. 3. pp. 932-935.

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abstract = "Tourette syndrome (TS) frequently involves complex tics with social significance, including imitation or socially inappropriate behaviour. This study explored every-day perspective taking and empathic tendencies in 95 patients with TS and 60 healthy controls. Analyses indicated that both males and females with TS exhibited a different interpersonal reactivity profile to controls, characterised by a reduced tendency to take other people's perspectives, and elevated personal distress in response to intense emotional situations (e.g. people experiencing crises).",
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