Negative Symptoms in Early-Onset Psychosis and Their Association With Antipsychotic Treatment Failure.

@article{Downs2018NegativeSI,
  title={Negative Symptoms in Early-Onset Psychosis and Their Association With Antipsychotic Treatment Failure.},
  author={Johnny Downs and Harry Dean and Suzannah Lechler and Nicola Sears and Rashmi Patel and Hitesh Shetty and Matthew Hotopf and Tamsin J. Ford and Marinos Kyriakopoulos and Covadonga M D{\'i}az-Caneja and Celso Arango and James H MacCabe and Richard Derek Hayes and Laura Pina-Camacho},
  journal={Schizophrenia bulletin},
  year={2018}
}
The prevalence of negative symptoms (NS) at first episode of early-onset psychosis (EOP), and their effect on psychosis prognosis is unclear. In a sample of 638 children with EOP (aged 10-17 y, 51% male), we assessed (1) the prevalence of NS at first presentation to mental health services and (2) whether NS predicted eventual development of multiple… CONTINUE READING