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Authors’ reply: Psychosis Spectrum Disorder is a clinical diagnosis

  • S. Guloksuz (a1) (a2) and J. van Os (a1) (a3) (a4)
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*Address for correspondence: J. van Os, Department of Psychiatry, University Medical Centre Utrecht, PO BOX 85500, 3508 GA Utrecht, The Netherlands. (Email: vanosj@gmail.com)
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Cuthbert, BN, Insel, TR (2010). Toward new approaches to psychotic disorders: the NIMH Research Domain Criteria project. Schizophrenia Bulletin 36, 10611062.
Guloksuz, S, van Os, J (2017). The slow death of the concept of schizophrenia and the painful birth of the psychosis spectrum. Psychological Medicine, July 10, 1–16. doi: 10.1017/S0033291717001775. [Epub ahead of print].
Pearlson, GD, Clementz, BA, Sweeney, JA, Keshavan, MS, Tamminga, CA (2016). Does biology transcend the symptom-based boundaries of psychosis? Psychiatric Clinics of North America 39, 165174.
van Os, J, Guloksuz, S (2017). A critique of the ‘ultra-high risk’ and ‘transition’ paradigm. World Psychiatry 16, 200206.
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