Do schizotypal or borderline personality disorders predict onset of psychotic disorder or persistent attenuated psychotic symptoms in patients at high clinical risk?
H Hadar, H Zhang, LJ Phillips, GP Amminger, GE Berger, EYH Chen, L de Haan, JA Hartmann, IB Hickie, S Lavoie, C Markulev, PD McGorry, N Mossaheb, DH Nieman, M Nordentoft, A Riecher-Rossler, MR Schafer, M Schloegelhofer, S Smesny, A Thompson Show all
Schizophrenia Research | ELSEVIER | Published : 2020
Awarded by Stanley Medical Research Institute
Awarded by National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Australia
Awarded by NHMRC
This work was supported by a grant from the Stanley Medical Research Institute (07TGF-1102), a National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Australia Program Grant (ID: 566529; P.D.M., I.B.H., A.R.Y., and G.P.A.), and a grant from the Colonial Foundation. P.D.M. was supported by a Senior Principal Research Fellowship from the NHMRC (ID: 1060996). G.P.A., A.R.Y., and BN were supported by NHMRC Senior Research Fellowships (IDs: 1080963, 566593, 1137687). J.A.H. was supported by a University of Melbourne McKenzie Fellowship. We thank the participants in the research study and the Research Assistants for data collection.