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Letter to the Editor: Childhood trauma as a risk factor for psychosis: the confounding role of cognitive functioning

  • M. J. H. Begemann (a1), K. Daalman (a1), S. M. Heringa (a1), M. J. L. Schutte (a1) and I. E. C. Sommer (a1)...
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Address for correspondence: S. M. Heringa, Psychiatry Department, University Medical Center Utrecht, Brain Center Rudolf Magnus, Heidelberglaan 100, 3485CX Utrecht, The Netherlands (Email: s.m.heringa@umcutrecht.nl)

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Letter to the Editor: Childhood trauma as a risk factor for psychosis: the confounding role of cognitive functioning

  • M. J. H. Begemann (a1), K. Daalman (a1), S. M. Heringa (a1), M. J. L. Schutte (a1) and I. E. C. Sommer (a1)...

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