Apr 1, 2020
Executive Editor Michael Roy speaks with Sarah A. Sullivan,
Ph.D., and Stanley Zammit, Ph.D., about their research on the
incidence, course, and outcome of
psychotic experiences from childhood through early adulthood in the
general population, and the prediction of psychotic
- How common are psychotic experiences in the general population,
and what burdens do they place on public health systems?
- What kinds of services are available to identify and treat
individuals who have psychotic experiences? [3:48]
- Study methods [5:33]
- What kind of psychotic experiences were reported? [7:41]
- Age as a significant factor [8:57]
- Prediction of psychotic disorder by age 24 [10:33]
- Implications for practicing clinicians and other mental health
- Limitations of the study [12:41]
- What other studies should explore regarding first-episode
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