Dimensions and classes of psychosis in a population cohort: a four-class, four-dimension model of schizophrenia and affective psychoses.

@article{Murray2005DimensionsAC,
  title={Dimensions and classes of psychosis in a population cohort: a four-class, four-dimension model of schizophrenia and affective psychoses.},
  author={Val Murray and I Mckee and Patrick M. Miller and Diane B Young and Walter J. Muir and Anthony J Pelosi and Douglas H. R. Blackwood},
  journal={Psychological medicine},
  year={2005},
  volume={35 4},
  pages={499-510}
}
BACKGROUND Classification of psychosis lacks a biological basis and current diagnostic categories may obscure underlying continuities. Data reduction methods of symptom profiles within a population-based cohort of people with a wide range of affective and non-affective psychoses may permit an empirical classification of psychosis. METHOD OPCRIT (operational criteria) analysis was performed on 387 adults aged 18-65 years in an attempted ascertainment of all patients with psychosis from a… CONTINUE READING

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