Correlates of insight in serious mental illness.

@article{Goldberg2001CorrelatesOI,
  title={Correlates of insight in serious mental illness.},
  author={Richard W. Goldberg and Lisa D Green-Paden and Anthony F. Lehman and James M. Gold},
  journal={The Journal of nervous and mental disease},
  year={2001},
  volume={189 3},
  pages={137-45}
}
This study extends research into insight by examining its relationship to a variety of demographic, clinical, neurocognitive, and psychosocial variables among a broad diagnostic sample of 211 adults with serious mental illness. Participants completed a full battery of instruments measuring these variables. Results support a relationship between ratings of poor insight and a psychotic (vs. mood) diagnosis, increased psychiatric symptoms, poorer social skills, and negative medication attitudes… CONTINUE READING

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Results support a relationship between ratings of poor insight and a psychotic ( vs. mood ) diagnosis , increased psychiatric symptoms , poorer social skills , and negative medication attitudes .
Results support a relationship between ratings of poor insight and a psychotic ( vs. mood ) diagnosis , increased psychiatric symptoms , poorer social skills , and negative medication attitudes .
Results support a relationship between ratings of poor insight and a psychotic ( vs. mood ) diagnosis , increased psychiatric symptoms , poorer social skills , and negative medication attitudes .
Results support a relationship between ratings of poor insight and a psychotic ( vs. mood ) diagnosis , increased psychiatric symptoms , poorer social skills , and negative medication attitudes .
Results support a relationship between ratings of poor insight and a psychotic ( vs. mood ) diagnosis , increased psychiatric symptoms , poorer social skills , and negative medication attitudes .
Results support a relationship between ratings of poor insight and a psychotic ( vs. mood ) diagnosis , increased psychiatric symptoms , poorer social skills , and negative medication attitudes .
Results support a relationship between ratings of poor insight and a psychotic ( vs. mood ) diagnosis , increased psychiatric symptoms , poorer social skills , and negative medication attitudes .
Results support a relationship between ratings of poor insight and a psychotic ( vs. mood ) diagnosis , increased psychiatric symptoms , poorer social skills , and negative medication attitudes .
Results support a relationship between ratings of poor insight and a psychotic ( vs. mood ) diagnosis , increased psychiatric symptoms , poorer social skills , and negative medication attitudes .
Results support a relationship between ratings of poor insight and a psychotic ( vs. mood ) diagnosis , increased psychiatric symptoms , poorer social skills , and negative medication attitudes .
Results support a relationship between ratings of poor insight and a psychotic ( vs. mood ) diagnosis , increased psychiatric symptoms , poorer social skills , and negative medication attitudes .
Results support a relationship between ratings of poor insight and a psychotic ( vs. mood ) diagnosis , increased psychiatric symptoms , poorer social skills , and negative medication attitudes .
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