- Service engagement in first episode psychosis: clinical and premorbid correlatesAngus MacBeth
Institute of Health and Wellbeing, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, UK
J Nerv Ment Dis 201:359-64. 2013..The value of detailed assessment of social and premorbid functioning is highlighted...
- Exploring compassion: a meta-analysis of the association between self-compassion and psychopathologyAngus MacBeth
Institute of Health and Wellbeing, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, Scotland, UK
Clin Psychol Rev 32:545-52. 2012..Future work is needed to develop the evidence base for compassion in psychopathology, and explore correlates of compassion and psychopathology...
- A meta-analysis and theoretical critique of oxytocin and psychosis: prospects for attachment and compassion in promoting recoveryAndrew Gumley
Institute of Health and Wellbeing, University of Glasgow, UK
Br J Clin Psychol 53:42-61. 2014..Therefore, this study explored studies investigating OXT and improvements in symptoms and social cognition among individuals diagnosed with psychosis...
- Metacognition, symptoms and premorbid functioning in a First Episode Psychosis sampleAngus MacBeth
University of Aberdeen, Scotland, UK NHS Grampian, Scotland, UK Electronic address
Compr Psychiatry 55:268-73. 2014..Our findings suggest that FEP individuals with difficulties in understanding other's minds have more social deficits and may be less able to make effective use of treatment...
- Metacognitive functioning predicts positive and negative symptoms over 12 months in first episode psychosisHamish J McLeod
Institute of Health and Wellbeing, University of Glasgow, Academic Centre, Gartnavel Royal Hospital, 1055 Great Western Road, Glasgow G12 0XH, UK Electronic address
J Psychiatr Res 54:109-15. 2014..These results provide further evidence that metacognitive functioning is a potentially relevant target for psychological interventions. ..
- The association between attachment style, social mentalities, and paranoid ideation: an analogue studyAngus MacBeth
Section of Psychological Medicine, University of Glasgow, Gartnavel Royal Hospital, Glasgow, UK
Psychol Psychother 81:79-93. 2008..Consistent with social mentality theory, we hypothesized that higher levels of interpersonal problems would also be associated with higher paranoia scores and greater attachment avoidance...