Distress, Impairment and the Extended Psychosis Phenotype: A Network Analysis of Psychotic Experiences in an US General Population Sample.

@article{Murphy2018DistressIA,
  title={Distress, Impairment and the Extended Psychosis Phenotype: A Network Analysis of Psychotic Experiences in an US General Population Sample.},
  author={Jamie Murphy and Orla McBride and Eiko I Fried and Mark Shevlin},
  journal={Schizophrenia bulletin},
  year={2018},
  volume={44 4},
  pages={
          768-777
        }
}
It has been proposed that subclinical psychotic experiences (PEs) may causally impact on each other over time and engage with one another in patterns of mutual reinforcement and feedback. This subclinical network of experiences in turn may facilitate the onset of psychotic disorder. PEs, however, are not inherently distressing, nor do they inevitably lead to impairment. The question arises therefore, whether nondistressing PEs, distressing PEs, or both, meaningfully inform an extended psychosis… CONTINUE READING
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