Psychosis risk as a function of age at onset

Abstract

Little is known about late-onset psychosis (onset after the age 45 years) and how it relates to early-onset psychosis (before age 45 years). The aims of this study were to calculate the incidence of non-affective, non-organic psychotic symptoms across the life span and to explore the contribution of different sets of risk factors in relation to age at onset… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00127-007-0171-6

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