New Methods Help Predict Violent Behavior Among Individuals At Risk for Psychosis
4 monthes ago - By Psych Central
Researchers have developed a new screening battery which can predict violent behavior among individuals who may go on to develop psychosis.
In the study, investigators from Columbia University Medical Center followed young persons at clinical high-risk of developing psychosis and identified measures of violence potential.
Researchers believe the new metrics will be useful in predicting both the increased risk of future violent behavior and the actual development of psychosis.
The article, A Longitudinal Study of Violent Behavior in a Psychosis-Risk Cohort, by Gary Brucato, PhD, Ragy...
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