Psychosis

Psychosis

Difficulty Updating Prior Knowledge With New Perceptions Is Linked by Researchers With Psychosis Symptoms
The delusions and distortions of reality reported by people who suffer from psychosis are one of the most difficult aspects... Read More
Sensory and Motor-System Abnormalities May Help Identify High-Risk Individuals Who Will Develop Psychosis
A research team based in Australia has found that certain abnormalities of the body's sensorimotor system—components that help us process... Read More
Obesity Is a Risk Factor for Brain-Structure Changes in Schizophrenia and Bipolar Disorder, 2 Studies Show
Years of imaging studies have revealed to researchers that schizophrenia , bipolar disorder , and depression are accompanied by structural... Read More
Negative Symptoms in Schizophrenia Worsened Under Pandemic Conditions, Study Finds
The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on mental health is hard to quantify, but anecdotal reports suggest that rates of... Read More
Testing a Computer-Generated Model to Predict High-Risk Youths' Transition to Psychosis
An international research team has demonstrated a new computer-based model designed to predict whether individual young people at "clinical high... Read More