Psychosis rates are higher among some migrant groups. We hypothesized that psychosis in migrants is associated with cumulative social disadvantage during different phases of migration.

Migration history and risk of psychosis: results from the multinational EU-GEI study

Tosato, Sarah;Lasalvia, Antonio;
2022-01-01

Abstract

Psychosis rates are higher among some migrant groups. We hypothesized that psychosis in migrants is associated with cumulative social disadvantage during different phases of migration.
2022
First-episode psychosis
first-generation migrants
migration adversities
migration history
psychosis risk
social disadvantages
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