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Insomnia and hallucinations in the general population: Findings from the 2000 and 2007 British Psychiatric Morbidity Surveys

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Insomnia is common in people experiencing psychosis. It has been identified as a contributory cause of paranoia, but any causal relationship with hallucinations has yet to be established. We tested the hypotheses that insomnia i) has a cross-sectional association with hallucinations ii) predicts new inceptions of hallucinations and iii) that these associations remain after controlling for depression, anxiety, and paranoia. Data from the second (2000, N=8580) and third (2007, N=7403) British P...

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10.1016/j.psychres.2016.03.055

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Oxford, MSD, Psychiatry
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Merton College
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Wolfson College
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St Edmund Hall
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Elsevier Ireland Ltd. Publisher's website
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Psychiatry Research Journal website
Volume:
241
Issue:
2
Pages:
141-146
Publication date:
2016-07-05
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1872-7123 and 0165-1781
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pubs:620052
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uri:a6e5caf2-2a69-4274-bb78-baf21d084a46
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uuid:a6e5caf2-2a69-4274-bb78-baf21d084a46
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pubs:620052
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2

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