Childhood trauma is associated with a specific admixture of affective, anxiety, and psychosis symptoms cutting across traditional diagnostic boundaries.

@article{Nierop2015ChildhoodTI,
  title={Childhood trauma is associated with a specific admixture of affective, anxiety, and psychosis symptoms cutting across traditional diagnostic boundaries.},
  author={Martine van Nierop and Wolfgang Viechtbauer and N. C. H. F. Gunther and Catherine van Zelst and Ron de Graaf and Margreet Ten Have and Saskia A F M van Dorsselaer and Maarten Bak and Ruud van Winkel},
  journal={Psychological medicine},
  year={2015},
  volume={45 6},
  pages={1277-88}
}
BACKGROUND Meta-analyses link childhood trauma to depression, mania, anxiety disorders, and psychosis. It is unclear, however, whether these outcomes truly represent distinct disorders following childhood trauma, or that childhood trauma is associated with admixtures of affective, psychotic, anxiety and manic psychopathology throughout life. METHOD We used data from a representative general population sample (NEMESIS-2, n = 6646), of whom respectively 1577 and 1120 had a lifetime diagnosis of… CONTINUE READING
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