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Psychotic experiences, alcoholcannabis abuse, stressful events and familial risk is associated with onset of clinical psychosis: Evidence from a 6-year longitudinal population-based cohort



Psychotic experiences, alcoholcannabis abuse, stressful events and familial risk is associated with onset of clinical psychosis: Evidence from a 6-year longitudinal population-based cohort



European Psychiatry 33: S216-S217




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DOI: 10.1016/j.eurpsy.2016.01.526


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