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A meta-analysis taxonomizing empathy in schizophrenia (2018)
Journal Article
Varachhia, S., Ferguson, E., & Doody, G. (2018). A meta-analysis taxonomizing empathy in schizophrenia. 00 Journal not listed, 4, doi:10.24966/PDA-0150/100016

Background: Trait empathy is integral to relationship development and maintenance. Therefore, impairment in this ability can have an adverse effect on many domains of life including social, sexual, and marital. Previous reviews show in schizophrenia,... Read More

Neuropsychological function at first episode in treatment-resistant psychosis: findings from the ÆSOP-10 study (2018)
Journal Article
Kravariti, E., Demjaha, A., Zanelli, J., Ibrahim, F., Wise, C., Reichenberg, A., …Murray, R. M. (2018). Neuropsychological function at first episode in treatment-resistant psychosis: findings from the ÆSOP-10 study. Psychological Medicine, doi:10.1017/S0033291718002957

Background Neuropsychological investigations can help untangle the etiological and phenomenological heterogeneity of schizophrenia, but have scarcely been employed in the context of treatment resistant schizophrenia. No population-based study has e... Read More

Ethnicity and long-term course and outcome of psychotic disorders in a UK sample: the AESOP-10 study (2018)
Journal Article
Morgan, C., Fearon, P., Lappin, J. M., Heslin, M., Donoghue, K., Lomas, B., …Dazzan, P. (in press). Ethnicity and long-term course and outcome of psychotic disorders in a UK sample: the AESOP-10 study. British Journal of Psychiatry, 211(2), doi:10.1192/bjp.bp.116.193342. ISSN 0007-1250

Background The incidence of psychotic disorders is elevated in some minority ethnic populations. However, we know little about the outcome of psychoses in these populations. Aim To investigate patterns and determinants of long-term course an... Read More

Can theory of mind deficits be measured reliably in people with mild and moderate Alzheimer’s dementia? (2013)
Journal Article
Choong, C. S., & Doody, G. A. (2013). Can theory of mind deficits be measured reliably in people with mild and moderate Alzheimer’s dementia?. BMC Psychology, 1(Decemb), doi:10.1186/2050-7283-1-28. ISSN 2050-7283

Background Patients suffering from Alzheimer’s dementia develop difficulties in social functioning. This has led to an interest in the study of “theory of mind” in this population. However, difficulty has arisen because the associated cognitive dema... Read More