Clinical high risk for psychosis: gender differences in symptoms and social functioning.

@article{Rietschel2017ClinicalHR,
  title={Clinical high risk for psychosis: gender differences in symptoms and social functioning.},
  author={Liz Rietschel and Martin F. Lambert and Anne Karow and Mathias Zink and Hendrik Mueller and Andreas Heinz and Walter de Millas and Birgit Janssen and Wolfgang Gaebel and Frank Schneider and Dieter Naber and Georg Juckel and Seza Kr{\"u}ger-Oezguerdal and Thomas Wobrock and Michael Wagner and Wolfgang Maier and J. Klosterk{\"o}tter and Andreas Bechdolf},
  journal={Early intervention in psychiatry},
  year={2017},
  volume={11 4},
  pages={
          306-313
        }
}
AIM Schizophrenia is a heterogeneous disorder that presents differently in men and women: men show a higher propensity to negative symptoms, lower social functioning, earlier age at onset and co-morbid substance abuse, whereas women display more affective symptoms. It is unknown whether these differences extend to subjects at high risk (HR) of psychosis. Thus, the aim of the present study was to address this question. METHODS Clinical symptoms and functioning were assessed using structured… CONTINUE READING
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