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  • Modern health worries in patients with affective disorders. A pilot study. [Journal Article]
    Ideggyogy Sz 2019; 72(9-10):337-341Freyler A, Simor P, … Köteles F
  • Background - Modern health worries (MHWs) are asso-ciated with various indicators of negative affect, conspiracy theories, and paranormal beliefs in healthy individuals. Purpose - The current pilot study aimed to assess MHWs and indicators of negative affect in patients with affective disorders (N = 66), as well as the possible associations between MHWs and paranoid and schizophrenic tendencies. …
  • Methamphetamine-associated psychosis: links to drug use characteristics and similarity to primary psychosis. [Journal Article]
    Int J Psychiatry Clin Pract 2019; :1-7Yang M, Yang C, … London ED
  • CONCLUSIONS: Association of early initiation of methamphetamine with psychosis severity may suggest a lasting effect on brain development. Correlation of drug use and psychosis durations may suggest a cumulative effect of methamphetamine exposure. Less severe paranoia and negative symptoms in the methamphetamine-using group could implicate better social functioning of these patients. Further mechanistic studies are warranted. Key points Early initiation of methamphetamine use is associated with psychosis severity. Methamphetamine use duration associates with psychosis duration. Methamphetamine-associated and primary schizophrenic psychoses were similar in symptoms. Methamphetamine psychosis patients were less severe in paranoia and negative symptoms.
  • Worry and metacognitions as predictors of the development of anxiety and paranoia. [Journal Article]
    Sci Rep 2019; 9(1):14723Sun X, So SH, … Leung PWL
  • Recent studies have shown that worry and related negative metacognitions are characteristic in generalized anxiety and paranoia respectively. However, most of these studies did not take into account common co-occurrence of anxiety and paranoia, and longitudinal modelling of the role of worry and metacognitions on the development of anxiety and paranoia is rare. The current study aimed at examinin…
  • Relationships between intra-individual variability and subclinical psychosis. [Journal Article]
    Psychiatry Res 2019; 281:112592Wallace S, Morton SE, Linscott RJ
  • Extensive research indicates that elevated intra-individual variability (IIV) of reaction time is associated with subclinical psychosis, as well as clinically diagnosed psychotic disorder. However, findings regarding the details of this relationship are equivocal. In particular, it is unknown whether associations between elevated IIV and subclinical psychosis are specific to certain psychotic sym…
  • Cannabis Consumption in People Living with HIV: Reasons for Use, Secondary Effects, and Opportunities for Health Education. [Journal Article]
    Cannabis Cannabinoid Res 2019; 4(3):204-213Costiniuk CT, Saneei Z, … Jenabian MA
  • CONCLUSIONS: The most common reasons for cannabis use in our population were for pleasure, followed by reduction of stress/anxiety and symptoms associated with a medical condition. Most smoke cannabis and rate cannabis as quite effective for symptom relief. While many participants experience secondary effects, most are not bothered by these symptoms. Amid widespread changes in the regulatory landscape of recreational cannabis, health care providers should be prepared to answer questions about cannabis.
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