Clementine J. Edwards, Matteo Cella, Richard Emsley, Nicholas Tarrier, Til H.M. Wykes
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The findings showed no evidence for a motivation or pleasure deficit in people with schizophrenia. Yet, people with schizophrenia did fewer functional activities and spent more time “resting” or “doing nothing”. In the control group, expectation was the only significant predictor of future activity. In contrast, none of the parameters assessed could predict experiences occurring in people with schizophrenia.