Article révisé par les pairs
Résumé : Kraepelinian schizophrenia, defined as a severe form of the disease, is characterized by a high number of negative symptoms and less depression, respectively. The relationship between anhedonia and Kraepelinian schizophrenia was explored. Depressive and trait anticipatory and consummatory anhedonia were compared in Kraepelinian (n=10, M age 49.2 yr., SD=10.8) and non-Kraepelinian (n=23, M age=42.7 yr., SD=10.8) patients with schizophrenia. The Kraepelinian group had more anticipatory and consummatory anhedonia than the non-Kraepe-linian group. The two groups did not differ on depressive anhedonia or depression.