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Negative Symptoms and Avoidance of Social Interaction: A Study of Non-Verbal Behaviour.
BACKGROUND: Non-verbal behaviour is fundamental to social interaction. Patients with schizophrenia display an expressivity deficit of non-verbal behaviour, exhibiting behaviour that differs from both healthy subjects and ...
Predictors of length of stay in psychiatric inpatient units: Does their effect vary across countries?
BACKGROUND: Previous studies in individual countries have identified inconsistent predictors of length of stay (LoS) in psychiatric inpatient units. This may reflect methodological inconsistencies across studies or true ...
Correspondence between negative symptoms and potential sources of secondary negative symptoms over time.
There has been a debate in the literature about the distinction between primary and secondary negative symptoms of schizophrenia. Our aim was to study the associations between negative symptoms and potential sources of ...
What might affect acceptability of online positive psychology interventions for depression: a qualitative study on patient expectations'.
BACKGROUND: Positive psychology interventions are brief self-adminstered exercises designed to promote positive emotions, behaviours, or thoughts. They are potentially effective for reducing depression and are considered ...
Assessment and Treatment of Patients with Comorbidity of Mental Health Problems and Alcohol Use Disorders: Experiences of Clinicians and Patients in the UK and Poland.
AIMS: Treatment of patients with comorbidity of mental health problems and alcohol use disorder (AUD) constitutes a challenge in many countries. The article aimed at exploration of personal experiences of clinicians and ...
Clinicians have several therapeutic relationships and patients only one: The effect on their assessments of relationships.
OBJECTIVES: Little attention has been given to the common assessment problem that clinicians assess outcomes of several patients and may rate them in comparison to one another, whereas patients assess only their own outcomes ...