Expressed and perceived emotion over time: does the patients’ view matter for the caregivers’ burden?

Abstract

While the impact of mentally ill patients’ perceptions of their key relatives’ expressed emotion is well examined with regard to relapse, there is a paucity of evidence concerning the impact on their key relatives’ burden. The present study aims to evaluate the relative prognostic value of expressed and perceived emotion on caregivers’ stress outcome within… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00406-010-0178-y

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