Interpersonal and role-related schema influence the relationship with the dominant ‘voice’ in schizophrenia: a comparison of three models

@article{Birchwood2004InterpersonalAR,
  title={Interpersonal and role-related schema influence the relationship with the dominant ‘voice’ in schizophrenia: a comparison of three models},
  author={M. Birchwood and P. Gilbert and J. Gilbert and P. Trower and A. Meaden and J. Hay and E. Murray and J. Miles},
  journal={Psychological Medicine},
  year={2004},
  volume={34},
  pages={1571 - 1580}
}
Background. Auditory hallucinations in psychosis often contain critical evaluations of the voice-hearer (for example, attacks on self-worth). A voice-hearer's experience with their dominant voice is a mirror of their social relationships in general, with experiences of feeling low in rank to both voices and others being associated with depression. However, the direction of the relationship between psychosis, depression and feeling subordinate is unclear. Method. Covariance structural equation… Expand
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