The affective dimension of early‐onset psychosis and its relationship with suicide
The affective dimension has scarcely been studied in early‐onset psychosis. Our aims were to investigate the prevalence and type of affective symptoms in the prodromal and acute phases of early‐onset psychosis and to examine their relationship with suicide. We also sought to establish whether the presence of premorbid antecedents or the presence of affective symptoms during the prodromal and acute phase might predict a later diagnosis of bipolar disorder (BP) or schizophrenia (SZ).
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