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John Read
John Read
Professor, Clinical Psychology. University of East London
Verified email at uel.ac.uk
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Childhood adversities increase the risk of psychosis: a meta-analysis of patient-control, prospective-and cross-sectional cohort studies
F Varese, F Smeets, M Drukker, R Lieverse, T Lataster, W Viechtbauer, ...
Schizophrenia Bulletin 38 (4), 661-671, 2012
23222012
Childhood trauma, psychosis and schizophrenia: a literature review with theoretical and practical implications
J Read, J van Os, A Morrison, C Ross
Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica 112 (5), 330-350, 2005
20382005
The contribution of early traumatic events to schizophrenia in some patients: a traumagenic neurodevelopmental model
J Read, BD Perry, A Moskowitz, J Connolly
Psychiatry 64 (4), 319-345, 2001
8872001
Prejudice and schizophrenia: a review of the ‘mental illness is an illness like any other’approach
J Read, N Haslam, L Sayce, E Davies
Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica 114 (5), 303-318, 2006
7512006
Sexual and physical abuse during childhood and adulthood as predictors of hallucinations, delusions and thought disorder
J Read, K Agar, N Argyle, V Aderhold
Psychology and Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice 76 (1), 1-22, 2003
6552003
Models of madness: Psychological, social and biological approaches to schizophrenia
J Read, LR Mosher, RP Bentall
Routledge, 2004
4192004
The Power, Threat, Meaning Framework
L Johnstone, M Boyle, J Crosby, J Dillon, D Harper, J Read
373*2018
The role of biological and genetic causal beliefs in the stigmatisation of 'mental patients'
J Read, N Harre
Journal of Mental Health 10 (2), 223-235, 2001
3702001
Why, when and how to ask about childhood abuse
J Read, P Hammersley, T Rudegeair
Advances in Psychiatric Treatment 13 (2), 101-110, 2007
3502007
Hallucinations, delusions, and thought disorder among adult psychiatric inpatients with a history of child abuse
J Read, N Argyle
Psychiatric Services 50 (11), 1467-1472, 1999
3501999
The prevalence of voice-hearers in the general population: a literature review
V Beavan, J Read, C Cartwright
Journal of Mental Health 20 (3), 281-292, 2011
3212011
From adversity to psychosis: pathways and mechanisms from specific adversities to specific symptoms
RP Bentall, P de Sousa, F Varese, S Wickham, K Sitko, M Haarmans, ...
Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology 49 (7), 1011-1022, 2014
3192014
The traumagenic neurodevelopmental model of psychosis revisited
J Read, R Fosse, A Moskowitz, B Perry
Neuropsychiatry 4 (1), 65-79, 2014
3042014
The relationship of causal beliefs and contact with users of mental health services to attitudes to the'mentally ill'
J Read, A Law
International Journal of Social Psychiatry 45 (3), 216-229, 1999
2951999
Influence of antipsychotics on mortality in schizophrenia: systematic review
S Weinmann, J Read, V Aderhold
Schizophrenia Research 113 (1), 1-11, 2009
2842009
Child abuse and psychosis: A literature review and implications for professional practice.
J Read
Professional Psychology: Research and Practice 28 (5), 448, 1997
2831997
Time to abandon the bio-bio-bio model of psychosis: Exploring the epigenetic and psychological mechanisms by which adverse life events lead to psychotic symptoms
J Read, RP Bentall, R Fosse
Epidemiology and Psychiatric Sciences 18 (4), 299-310, 2009
2812009
The differential effectiveness of psychosocial and biogenetic causal explanations in reducing negative attitudes toward “mental illness”
I Walker, J Read
Psychiatry 65 (4), 313-325, 2002
2722002
Negative childhood experiences and mental health: theoretical, clinical and primary prevention implications
J Read, RP Bentall
The British Journal of Psychiatry 200 (2), 89-91, 2012
2582012
A systematic review into the incidence, severity and duration of antidepressant withdrawal effects: Are guidelines evidence-based?
J Davies, J Read
Addictive Behaviors, 2019
2352019
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