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Table 4  Comparisons between the general population, patients with other diagnoses and patients with psychosis

From: Psychometric investigation of the French version of the Aberrant Salience Inventory (ASI): differentiating patients with psychosis, patients with other psychiatric diagnoses and non-clinical participants

  (1) General population
N = 282 Mean (SD)
Psychiatric patients Best modela Bayes Factor against null hypothesisb Probability of the model to be truec
(2) Clinical population N = 71 Mean (SD) (3) Psychosis N = 79 Mean (SD)
Enhanced Interpretation and Emotionality 9.03 (3.97) 9.75 (4.20) 10.24 (4.60) (1,2,3) 1.00 0.438
Sharpening of Senses 1.85 (1.48) 2.79 (1.53) 2.94 (1.65) (1), (2,3) 5.38 * 107 0.946
Heightened Cognition 1.80 (1.47) 2.11 (1.81) 2.95 (1.76) (1,2), (3) 1.14 * 105 0.861
  1. aOn the basis of the BIC coefficient
  2. bBayes factor comparing the best model with the homogeneous model (1, 2, 3)
  3. cAmong all possible models ((1, 2, 3) / (1, 2) (3) / (1) (2, 3) / (1, 3) (2) / (1) (2) (3))