A 12-month outcome study of insight and symptom change in first-episode psychosis.

@article{Buchy2010A1O,
  title={A 12-month outcome study of insight and symptom change in first-episode psychosis.},
  author={Lisa Buchy and Michael R. Bodnar and Ashok K. Malla and Ridha Joober and Martin Lepage},
  journal={Early intervention in psychiatry},
  year={2010},
  volume={4 1},
  pages={
          79-88
        }
}
  • Lisa Buchy, Michael R. Bodnar, +2 authors Martin Lepage
  • Published in
    Early intervention in…
    2010
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • AIM We first aimed to evaluate the progression of insight and psychopathology over the first year of treatment for a psychosis. We hypothesized that improvement in insight would associate with improvement in positive and negative symptoms, and depressive and anxious symptom exacerbation. Secondly, in an exploratory analysis, we aimed to identify quantitatively distinct insight trajectory groups, and to describe the impact of psychopathology over time on the different trajectory groups… CONTINUE READING

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