Defeat and entrapment in schizophrenia: The relationship with suicidal ideation and positive psychotic symptoms

@article{Taylor2010DefeatAE,
  title={Defeat and entrapment in schizophrenia: The relationship with suicidal ideation and positive psychotic symptoms},
  author={Peter J Taylor and Patricia A. Gooding and Alex M. Wood and Judith Johnson and Daniel Pratt and Nicholas Tarrier},
  journal={Psychiatry Research},
  year={2010},
  volume={178},
  pages={244-248}
}
The current study tests whether perceptions of defeat and entrapment are the psychological mechanisms underlying the link between positive psychotic symptoms and suicidal ideation in schizophrenia. A sample of 78 patients with schizophrenia spectrum disorders completed self-report measures and a clinical interview. Of this sample, 21.8% reported a single past suicide attempt and 50% reported multiple past attempts. It was found that perceptions of defeat and entrapment, conceptualised as a… Expand
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