Childhood cognitive function and adult psychopathology: associations with psychotic and non-psychotic symptoms in the general population

@inproceedings{Barnett2012ChildhoodCF,
  title={Childhood cognitive function and adult psychopathology: associations with psychotic and non-psychotic symptoms in the general population},
  author={Jennifer H. Barnett and Fiona McDougall and Man K. Xu and Tim J. Croudace and M Richards and Peter B. Jones},
  booktitle={The British journal of psychiatry : the journal of mental science},
  year={2012}
}
BACKGROUND Lower cognitive ability in childhood is associated with increased risk of future schizophrenia, but its relationship with adult psychotic-like experiences and other psychopathology is less understood. AIMS To investigate whether this childhood risk factor is shared with adult subclinical psychiatric phenotypes including psychotic-like experiences and general psychiatric morbidity. METHOD A population-based sample of participants born in Great Britain during 1 week in March 1946… CONTINUE READING
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