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Speech structure links the neural and socio-behavioural correlates of psychotic disorders
BACKGROUND: A longstanding notion in the concept of psychosis is the prominence of loosened associative links in thought processes. Assessment of such subtle aspects of thought disorders has proved to be a challenging task ...
Diagnostic discontinuity in psychosis: A combined study of cortical gyrification and functional connectivity
The point of rarity in brain structure and function that separates the 2 major psychotic disorders--schizophrenia and bipolar disorder--is presently unknown. The aim of this study is to combine surface anatomical and ...
Diagnostic stability 10 years post first episode psychosis-findings from the aetiology and ethnicity in the study of schizophrenia and other psychoses (AESOP) cohort
Background: This project set out to examine the stability of diagnoses following first episode psychosis at 10 year follow up in an epidemiological cohort, and to examine for patterns of diagnostic change. Methods: 543 ...
Minor physical anomalies across ethnic groups in a first episode psychosis sample
Minor physical anomalies (MPAs) are more prevalent amongst individuals with psychosis, supporting a neurodevelopmental model for psychotic disorders. The aim of this study was to investigate the possibility that ...
Aggressive behaviour at first contact with services: Findings from the AESOP First Episode Psychosis Study
Background: Aggressive behaviour is increased among those with schizophrenia but less is known about those with affective psychoses. Similarly, little is known about aggressive behaviour occurring at the onset of illness. ...
Ten-year outcomes in first episode psychotic major depression patients compared with schizophrenia and bipolar patients
We aimed to investigate long-term outcomes in psychotic major depression patients compared to schizophrenia and bipolar/manic psychosis patients, in an incidence sample, while accounting for diagnostic change. Based on ...