Affiliation: University of Bristol
- Recovery from psychotic illness: a 15- and 25-year international follow-up studyG Harrison
Division of Psychiatry, University of Bristol, UK
Br J Psychiatry 178:506-17. 2001..Poorly defined cohorts and weak study designs have hampered cross-cultural comparisons of course and outcome in schizophrenia...
- Trajectories of psychosis: towards a new social biology of schizophreniaGlynn Harrison
Division of Psychiatry, University of Bristol, Bristol, UK
Epidemiol Psichiatr Soc 13:152-7. 2004..But after 2 decades of often crudely articulated dualism, it is time once again for social experience to be integrated with more sophisticated theory development and hypothesis testing in the search for the causes of schizophrenia...
- IQ and non-clinical psychotic symptoms in 12-year-olds: results from the ALSPAC birth cohortJeremy Horwood
Department of Social Medicine, University of Bristol, UK
Br J Psychiatry 193:185-91. 2008..There is a well-established association between pre-morbid low IQ score and schizophrenia. Psychosis-like symptoms in children may also be a risk factor for psychotic disorder but their relationship with IQ is unclear...
- Childhood facial emotion recognition and psychosis-like symptoms in a nonclinical population at 12 years of age: results from the ALSPAC birth cohortAndrew Thompson
The Academic Unit of Psychiatry, University of Bristol, Bristol, UK
Cogn Neuropsychiatry 16:136-57. 2011..We aimed to examine the association between childhood facial emotion recognition and PLIKS in adolescents...
- Association between locus of control in childhood and psychotic symptoms in early adolescence: results from a large birth cohortAndrew Thompson
The Academic Unit of Psychiatry, University of Bristol, UK
Cogn Neuropsychiatry 16:385-402. 2011..Further investigation of the role of attributional styles, such as LOC, in increasing the risk for psychotic disorders, is warranted...
- Patterns of fetal and childhood growth and the development of psychosis in young males: a cohort studyDavid Gunnell
Department of Social Medicine, University of Bristol, Bristol, United Kingdom
Am J Epidemiol 158:291-300. 2003..The role of childhood exposures, as indexed by adult height and body mass index, appears to be less strong...
- Investigating if psychosis-like symptoms (PLIKS) are associated with family history of schizophrenia or paternal age in the ALSPAC birth cohortStanley Zammit
The Academic Unit of Psychiatry, University of Bristol, Bristol, UK
Schizophr Res 104:279-86. 2008..Whether future studies of PLIKS will increase our understanding of mechanisms underlying the development of schizophrenia, or prove useful in prediction of this disorder, remains to be seen...
- The association between substance misuse and first-episode psychosis in a defined UK geographical area during the 1990sKim Donoghue
Division of Psychiatry, Institute of Mental Health, The Sir Colin Campbell Building, University of Nottingham Innovation Park, Triumph Road, Nottingham, NG7 2TU, UK
Soc Psychiatry Psychiatr Epidemiol 46:137-42. 2011..The aim of this study was to examine the prevalence of all substance use disorders (SUD) and cannabis-specific SUDs reported in two first-episode epidemiological studies, conducted in the same catchment area, 5 years apart...
- Patterns of hospital admission for adult psychiatric illness in England: analysis of Hospital Episode Statistics dataAndrew Thompson
Department of Psychiatry, University of Bristol BS6 6JL, UK
Br J Psychiatry 185:334-41. 2004..The assessment and reporting of national patterns of psychiatric hospital admissions is important for strategic service development and planning...
- Self-help books for depression: how can practitioners and patients make the right choice?Liz Anderson
Academic Unit of Psychiatry, University of Bristol
Br J Gen Pract 55:387-92. 2005..Depression is a common and important public health problem most often treated by GPs. A self-help approach is popular with patients, yet little is known about its effectiveness...
- Associations between premorbid intellectual performance, early-life exposures and early-onset schizophrenia. Cohort studyDavid Gunnell
Department of Social Medicine, University of Bristol, Canynge Hall, Whiteladies Road, Bristol BS8 2PR, UK
Br J Psychiatry 181:298-305. 2002..Impaired intellectual performance is associated with an increased risk of schizophrenia...
- Incidence of bipolar affective disorder in three UK cities: results from the AESOP studyTuhina Lloyd
Division of Psychiatry, University of Nottingham, Nottingham, UK
Br J Psychiatry 186:126-31. 2005..There has been a relative dearth of epidemiological research into bipolar affective disorder. Furthermore, incidence studies of bipolar disorder have been predominantly retrospective and most only included hospital admission cases...
- Effectiveness of a cognitive behavioural workbook for changing beliefs about antipsychotic polypharmacy: analysis from a cluster randomized controlled trialAndrew Thompson
Academic Unit of Psychiatry, University of Bristol, Bristol, UK
J Eval Clin Pract 16:520-8. 2010..We aimed to examine whether clinicians' beliefs about a common prescribing issue in psychiatry (antipsychotic polypharmacy prescription) changed alongside behaviour as a result of a complex intervention...
- Perceptions of disadvantage, ethnicity and psychosisClaudia Cooper
UCL Department of Mental Health Sciences, London W1W 7EY, UK
Br J Psychiatry 192:185-90. 2008..People from Black ethnic groups (African-Caribbean and Black African) are more prone to develop psychosis in Western countries. This excess might be explained by perceptions of disadvantage...
- Incidence of schizophrenia and other psychoses in ethnic minority groups: results from the MRC AESOP StudyPaul Fearon
Division of Psychological Medicine, Institute of Psychiatry, King s College, London, UK
Psychol Med 36:1541-50. 2006..We sought to clarify whether (a) the rates of other psychotic disorders are increased, (b) whether psychosis is increased in other ethnic minority groups, and (c) whether particular age or gender groups are especially at risk...
- Control of attention in schizophreniaPaul Birkett
Unit of Clinical Academic Psychiatry, University of Sheffield, Longley Centre, Norwood Grange Drive, Sheffield, South Yorkshire S5 7JT, United Kingdom
J Psychiatr Res 40:579-88. 2006....
- Paternal age and schizophrenia: a population based cohort studyAttila Sipos
Academic Unit of Psychiatry, Cotham House, University of Bristol BS6 6JL
BMJ 329:1070. 2004..To investigate the association of paternal age at conception with the risk of offspring developing schizophrenia...
- Risk of schizophrenia and other non-affective psychosis among individuals exposed to head injury: case control studyGlynn Harrison
Academic Unit of Psychiatry, University of Bristol, Cotham House, Bristol BS6 6JL, United Kingdom
Schizophr Res 88:119-26. 2006..Further research is needed to clarify the potential roles of social and biological intermediary factors...
- Duration of untreated psychosis and ethnicity in the AESOP first-onset psychosis studyCraig Morgan
Division of Psychological Medicine, Institute of Psychiatry, De Crespigny Park, London, UK
Psychol Med 36:239-47. 2006..There is a common assumption that Black patients with a psychotic mental illness experience longer treatment delays during a first episode. We sought to investigate this issue in a large cohort of patients with a first episode of psychosis...
- Impact of the ICD-10 Primary Health Care (PHC) diagnostic and management guidelines for mental disorders on detection and outcome in primary care. Cluster randomised controlled trialTim Croudace
Department of Psychiatry University of Cambridge, UK
Br J Psychiatry 182:20-30. 2003..The World Health Organization (WHO) ICD-10 Primary Health Care (PHC) Guidelines for Diagnosis and Management of Mental Disorders (1996) have not been evaluated in a pragmatic randomised controlled trial (RCT)...
- Acute and transient psychotic disorders: precursors, epidemiology, course and outcomeSwaran P Singh
Department of Mental Health, Jenner Wing, St George s Hospital Medical School, London SW17 0RE, UK
Br J Psychiatry 185:452-9. 2004..ICD-10 has introduced the diagnostic group acute and transient psychotic disorders (ATPDs; F23)...
- Counseling versus antidepressant therapy for the treatment of mild to moderate depression in primary care: economic analysisPaul Miller
Trent Institute for Health Services Research, School of Community Health Sciences, University of Nottingham, Queens Medical Centre, UK
Int J Technol Assess Health Care 19:80-90. 2003..To compare the cost-effectiveness of generic psychological therapy (counseling) with routinely prescribed antidepressant drugs in a naturalistic general practice setting for a follow-up period of 12 months...
- Ethnic minorities and the Mental Health ActGlynn Harrison
Br J Psychiatry 180:198-9. 2002
- Deciding who gets treatment for depression and anxiety: a study of consecutive GP attendersJulia Hyde
King s College London Institute of Psychiatry, Health Psychology Section, Kings College London
Br J Gen Pract 55:846-53. 2005..However, less is known about the factors that determine whether patients with those disorders that are recognised receive any active treatment...