DSM outcomes of psychotic experiences and associated risk factors: 6-year follow-up study in a community-based sample

KIRLI U., BİNBAY İ. T. , DRUKKER M., ELBİ H. , KAYAHAN B. , Gokcelli D. K. , ...More

PSYCHOLOGICAL MEDICINE, vol.49, no.8, pp.1346-1356, 2019 (Journal Indexed in SCI) identifier identifier identifier

  • Publication Type: Article / Article
  • Volume: 49 Issue: 8
  • Publication Date: 2019
  • Doi Number: 10.1017/s0033291718001964
  • Page Numbers: pp.1346-1356
  • Keywords: Community-based population, family history of mental disorders, follow-up study, mood disorders, non-psychotic disorders, persistence of psychotic experiences, psychotic disorders, psychotic experiences, socio-demographic factors, type of psychotic experiences, CLINICAL HIGH-RISK, ULTRA-HIGH RISK, INTERNATIONAL DIAGNOSTIC INTERVIEW, LIFETIME PREVALENCE, SUICIDAL IDEATION, HELP-SEEKING, EPA GUIDANCE, SYMPTOMS, DISORDERS, POPULATION


Background. Psychotic experiences (PEs) may predict a range of common, non-psychotic disorders as well as psychotic disorders. In this representative, general population-based cohort study, both psychotic and non-psychotic disorder outcomes of PE were analysed, as were potential moderators.