Abstract. 94 participants, drawn from a parent sample of 1206 individuals who had previously
taken part in an assessment of the factor structure of the Oxford-Liverpool Inventory
of Feelings and Experiences (O-LIFE), were designated into groups differentiated in terms
of low, moderate or high levels of positive schizotypy. All also completed the dissociative
experiences scale (DES) and the Inventory of Suggestibility (IS). Our findings suggest that
higher reported levels of dissociative experiences and higher suggestibility both independently
predict higher scores of positive schizotypy, although suggestibility appears to be a
stronger predictor than dissociation.