Relationships between paranoid thinking, self-esteem and the menstrual cycle.

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Brock, R.; Rowse, G.; Slade, P.;
  • Publisher: Springer Verlag

This study aimed to investigate whether paranoid experiences and levels of self-esteem fluctuate over the menstrual cycle and whether levels of self-esteem are lower when perceived persecution is felt to be deserved. Measures of anxiety, depression, persecution, deserve... View more
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