Types of communication about delusions among people with psychosis: (a multi-centre cross sectional interview and record study)

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Fadhli, Karam;
(2016)
  • Subject: RC0321

Background: Delusions are common in psychosis, defined as fixed, false beliefs. Some studies, however, have found that they may be less fixed than previously thought, possibly changing in response to talking about them. Relatives of people with psychosis or clinical sta... View more
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    1.1 Background…………………………………………………………….…..…………..2

    3.1 Research ethics approval……………………………………………………..……..32

    3.2 Ethical considerations………………………………………………………..………32

    3.4.1: Inclusion criteria for participation……………………………………….……34 3.4.1.1 Patient participants 3.4.1.2 Informant participants: Relative/Friend (Significant Other) 3.4.1.3 Informant participants: Staff

    3.4.2. Exclusion criteria of patient participants………………………………….….35

    4.4.1 Patient preferences in talking with others about beliefs...............................75

    4.4.2 Perspectives on delusion content..............................................................79

    4.4.2.1 The relationship between the patient's free account of his/her belief content and content elicited by more structured eliciting of delusions by content

    4.4.2.2 Comparison of patient and observer perspectives on the most important belief

    4.4.3 Patient, relative and staff perspectives on degree of conviction about the most important belief and belief maintenance factors...............82

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