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Psychotic Affective Disorders

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Psychotic affective disorders are a set of psychiatric mood disorders that include depression, bipolar disorder and schizophrenia with psychotic behavior. This is a broad class of psychiatric illnesses and employs a complex individualized treatment plan. Here is the latest research on psychotic affective disorders.

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MMWR. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report

Patterns and Characteristics of Methamphetamine Use Among Adults - United States, 2015-2018

MMWR. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly ReportMarch 28, 2020
Christopher M JonesDesiree Mustaquim
Biological Psychiatry

Markers of Psychosis Risk in the General Population

Biological PsychiatryMarch 30, 2020
Jerome H TaylorRaquel E Gur
The Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease

Determinants of Therapeutic Alliance With People With Psychotic Disorders: A Systematic Literature Review

The Journal of Nervous and Mental DiseaseMarch 30, 2020
Héloïse da CostaNicolas Franck
The British Journal of Psychiatry : the Journal of Mental Science

Questioning the status of aberrant speech patterns as psychiatric symptoms

The British Journal of Psychiatry : the Journal of Mental ScienceMarch 28, 2020
Eric J Tan, Susan L Rossell
The British Journal of Clinical Psychology

The relationship between attachment insecurity and experiences on the paranoia continuum: A meta-analysis

The British Journal of Clinical PsychologyApril 1, 2020
Regina MurphyAmanda Woodrow
PsyCh Journal

Cognitive and clinical predictors of community functioning across the psychoses

PsyCh JournalMarch 26, 2020
Kathryn E LewandowskiDost Ongur
Der Nervenarzt

Psychiatric aspects of terrorism

Der NervenarztMarch 30, 2020
S SeidenbecherB Bogerts
Clinics in Geriatric Medicine

Electroconvulsive Therapy in Geriatric Psychiatry: A Selective Review

Clinics in Geriatric MedicineMarch 31, 2020
Justin P MeyerCharles H Kellner
The Psychiatric Quarterly

Clinical Quest for Associated Cognitive Impairment in Major Depressed Patients

The Psychiatric QuarterlyMarch 29, 2020
Bianca Daniela Suciu, Ioana Valentina Micluţia
International Journal of Methods in Psychiatric Research

Stability of mismatch negativity event-related potentials in a multisite study

International Journal of Methods in Psychiatric ResearchApril 2, 2020
Brian J RoachDaniel H Mathalon

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