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DSM outcomes of psychotic experiences and associated risk factors: 6-year follow-up study in a community-based sample

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Associated researcher

  • Kirli, U.

  • Binbay, T.
  • Drukker, M.

  • Elbi, H.
  • Kayahan, B.
  • Gokcelli, D. K.
  • Ozkinay, F.
  • Onay, H.
  • Alptekin, K.
  • van Os, J.

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    Research areas

  • Community-based population, family history of mental disorders, follow-up study, mood disorders, non-psychotic disorders, persistence of psychotic experiences, psychotic disorders, psychotic experiences, socio-demographic factors, type of psychotic experiences, CLINICAL HIGH-RISK, ULTRA-HIGH RISK, INTERNATIONAL DIAGNOSTIC INTERVIEW, LIFETIME PREVALENCE, SUICIDAL IDEATION, HELP-SEEKING, EPA GUIDANCE, SYMPTOMS, DISORDERS, POPULATION
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Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1346-1356
Number of pages11
JournalPsychological Medicine
Issue number8
Publication statusPublished - Jun 2019