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assesses psychotic-like experiences such as bodily discontinuities and unusual scenery experiences (e.g., “I have felt that something outside my body was a part of my body”). (from http://www.columbia.edu/cu/ssw/projects/pmap/docs/chmielewski_chapman.pdf)
Definition contributed by RPoldrack about eleven months ago
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