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Psychotic experiences: disadvantaged and different from the norm

  • Jim van Os (a1)

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Stress-induced alterations in how a person attributes meaning to internal and external stimuli may represent the first step in explaining how population ethnic minority–majority interactions affect mental health. Cross-context and diagnostic assumption-free research is required to elucidate how the wider social environment interacts with personal characteristics to increase expression of psychosis.

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