The functional and clinical relevance of childhood trauma-related admixture of affective, anxious and psychosis symptoms.

@article{Nierop2016TheFA,
  title={The functional and clinical relevance of childhood trauma-related admixture of affective, anxious and psychosis symptoms.},
  author={Martine van Nierop and Maarten Bak and Ron de Graaf and Margreet Ten Have and Saskia A F M van Dorsselaer and Ruud van Winkel},
  journal={Acta psychiatrica Scandinavica},
  year={2016},
  volume={133 2},
  pages={
          91-101
        }
}
OBJECTIVE Previous work has shown that across different patient samples, patients with childhood trauma are more likely to have co-occurrence of affective, anxious and psychosis symptoms than non-traumatized patients. However, the clinical relevance of trauma-related admixture remains to be established. METHOD We examined patients with mood disorder (NEMESIS-2; n = 1260), anxiety disorder (NEMESIS-2; n = 896) or psychotic disorder (GROUP; n = 532) in terms of symptom profiles, quality of life… CONTINUE READING
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