Jumping to conclusions, general intelligence, and psychosis liability: findings from the multi-centre EU-GEI case-control study

G. Tripoli*, D. Quattrone, L. Ferraro, C. Gayer-Anderson, V. Rodriguez, C. La Cascia, D. La Barbera, C. Sartorio, F. Seminerio, I. Tarricone, D. Berardi, A. Szoke, C. Arango, A. Tortelli, P.M. Llorca, L. de Haan, E. Velthorst, J. Bobes, M. Bernardo, J. SanjuanJ.L. Santos, M. Arrojo, C.M. Del-Ben, P.R. Menezes, J.P. Selten, P.B. Jones, H.E. Jongsma, J.B. Kirkbride, A. Lasalvia, S. Tosato, A. Richards, M. O'Donovan, B.P.F. Rutten, J. van Os, C. Morgan, P.C. Sham, R.M. Murray, G.K. Murray, M. Di Forti, EU-GEI WP2 Group

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5 Citations (Web of Science)
Original languageEnglish
Article number003329171900357
Pages (from-to)623-633
Number of pages11
JournalPsychological Medicine
Volume51
Issue number4
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Mar 2021

Keywords

  • First episode psychosis
  • IQ
  • jumping to conclusions
  • polygenic risk score
  • psychotic-like experiences
  • symptom dimensions
  • DELUSIONAL IDEATION
  • BIAS
  • DISORDERS
  • RISK
  • SCHIZOPHRENIA
  • RELIABILITY
  • MISCOMPREHENSION
  • REEXAMINATION
  • PEOPLE

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