Insight in first episode psychosis: Conceptual and clinical considerations

@article{Echebarra2010InsightIF,
  title={Insight in first episode psychosis: Conceptual and clinical considerations},
  author={R. S. Echebarr{\'i}a and N. D. Pozo and A. Z. Rabad{\'a}n and J. G. Ormaza and J. P. Lasa and I. E. Uruchurtu and M. Fraile},
  journal={European Journal of Psychiatry},
  year={2010},
  volume={24},
  pages={78-86}
}
  • R. S. Echebarría, N. D. Pozo, +4 authors M. Fraile
  • Published 2010
  • Psychology
  • European Journal of Psychiatry
  • Background and Objectives: Poor insight or impaired awareness of illness is a very common feature in psychosis. The purpose of this study is to review critically the conceptual approximations from different perspectives to insight in psychosis and address its relations to other clinical and psychopathological variables. Methods: We reviewed the principal factors that have been proposed to contribute to deficient insight in first episode psychosis patients from different conceptual frameworks… CONTINUE READING
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