3 years ago

Shame and the psychosis continuum: A systematic review of the literature

Peter James Taylor, Megan Watkins, Claire Seddon, Pooja Saini, Louise J. Carden

Abstract

Objectives

Shame is increasingly implicated in the development and maintenance of several psychological problems including psychosis. The aim of the current paper was to review the research literature concerning the relationship between shame and the psychosis continuum, examining the nature and direction of this relationship.

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