Special Issue "Relationships between Trauma and Psychosis"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 30 June 2019
The associations between traumatic life events and the risk for psychosis have been repeatedly demonstrated in a variety of studies. A history of traumatic life events also seem to specifically increase risk for psychosis, as the association persists even when controlling for comorbid psychological symptoms. In this Special Issue, we will focus on recent advances in understanding the relationship between trauma and psychosis, including epidemiologic, psychosocial, and biological evidence that will help us understand the trauma-psychosis association. In attempting to understand this association, we will explore the relationship between trauma and the full continuum of psychosis, from psychotic-like experiences to psychotic disorder diagnoses.
Dr. Lauren M. Ellman
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- Traumatic life events
- Early life adversity
- Psychotic-like experience