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Raw Score T Score Resp %

1 48 100

4 43 100

6 70 100

6 87 100

5 75 100 3 93 100

0 43 100

2 50 100

1 48 100

1 57 100

2 54 100

3 61 100

7 70 100

4 45 100

3 49 100

4 45 100

1 51 100

5 64 100

2 41 100

6 66 100 1 45 100

4 49 100 1 40 100

5 57 100 1 50 100

3 56 100 3 60 100

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Gastrointestinal Symptoms (HEA1) Neurological Symptoms (HEA2) General Health Concerns (HEA3)

Bizarre Mentation Subscales

Psychotic Symptomatology (BIZ1) Schizotypal Characteristics (BIZ2)

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