Psychotic-like experiences, appraisals, and trauma.

@article{Lovatt2010PsychoticlikeEA,
  title={Psychotic-like experiences, appraisals, and trauma.},
  author={Alison Lovatt and Oliver Mason and Caroline E. Brett and Emmanuelle Roisin Peters},
  journal={The Journal of nervous and mental disease},
  year={2010},
  volume={198 11},
  pages={
          813-9
        }
}
This study examined some of the predictions made by cognitive models of psychosis, specifically the potential contribution of appraisals and trauma to the development of "need for care." Two groups reporting psychotic-like experiences with and without a "need for care" were compared on types of experiences, appraisals of these experiences, distress, and trauma. Both groups reported similar overall levels of psychotic-like experiences, but were characterized by distinct types of experiences. The… CONTINUE READING

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