Stress Sensitivity, Aberrant Salience, and Threat Anticipation in Early Psychosis: An Experience Sampling Study.

@article{Reininghaus2016StressSA,
  title={Stress Sensitivity, Aberrant Salience, and Threat Anticipation in Early Psychosis: An Experience Sampling Study.},
  author={Ulrich A. Reininghaus and Matthew J. Kempton and Lucia R Valmaggia and Tom K. J. Craig and Philippa A Garety and Adanna Onyejiaka and Charlotte Gayer-Anderson and Suzanne Ho-Wai So and Kathryn Hubbard and Stephanie Beards and Paola Dazzan and Carmine M Pariante and Valeria Mondelli and Helen L Fisher and John G Mills and Wolfgang Viechtbauer and Philip K. McGuire and Jim van Os and Robin MacGregor Murray and Til Wykes and Inez Myin-Germeys and Craig Morgan},
  journal={Schizophrenia bulletin},
  year={2016},
  volume={42 3},
  pages={712-22}
}
While contemporary models of psychosis have proposed a number of putative psychological mechanisms, how these impact on individuals to increase intensity of psychotic experiences in real life, outside the research laboratory, remains unclear. We aimed to investigate whether elevated stress sensitivity, experiences of aberrant novelty and salience, and enhanced anticipation of threat contribute to the development of psychotic experiences in daily life. We used the experience sampling method (ESM… CONTINUE READING
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