Sun, Meng Zhang, Wen Guo, Rui Hu, Aimin Li, Yihui Mwansisya, Tumbwene Elieza Zhou, Li Liu, Chang Chen, Xudong Tao, Haojuan Huang, Xiaojun Xue, Zhimin Chiu, Helen F.K. and Liu, Zhening 2017. Psychotic-like experiences and correlation with childhood trauma and other socio-demographic factors: A cross-sectional survey in adolescence and early adulthood in China. Psychiatry Research, Vol. 255, p. 272.
Kelleher, I. Ramsay, H. and DeVylder, J. 2017. Psychotic experiences and suicide attempt risk in common mental disorders and borderline personality disorder. Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica, Vol. 135, Issue. 3, p. 212.
Newbury, Joanne Arseneault, Louise Caspi, Avshalom Moffitt, Terrie E. Odgers, Candice L. and Fisher, Helen L. 2017. Cumulative Effects of Neighborhood Social Adversity and Personal Crime Victimization on Adolescent Psychotic Experiences. Schizophrenia Bulletin,
Perez, Jesus Russo, Debra A. Stochl, Jan Clarke, James Martin, Zoe Jassi, Christina French, Paul Fowler, David and Jones, Peter B. 2017. Common mental disorder including psychotic experiences: Trailblazing a new recovery pathway within the Improving Access to Psychological Therapies programme in England. Early Intervention in Psychiatry,
Grealish, Annmarie Tai, Sara Hunter, Andrew Emsley, Richard Murrells, Trevor and Morrison, Anthony P. 2017. Does empowerment mediate the effects of psychological factors on mental health, well-being, and recovery in young people?. Psychology and Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice, Vol. 90, Issue. 3, p. 314.
Puyat, Joseph H. Kamieniecki, Renata Vaughan, Brenda Mihic, Tamara Bonnie, Kofi Danielson, Jeffrey and Williams, Sierra 2017. Characterizing the inpatient care of young adults experiencing early psychosis: A medical record review. Early Intervention in Psychiatry,
Bhavsar, Vishal McGuire, Philip MacCabe, James Oliver, Dominic and Fusar-Poli, Paolo 2017. A systematic review and meta-analysis of mental health service use in people who report psychotic experiences. Early Intervention in Psychiatry,
Pignon, Baptiste Geoffroy, Pierre A. Gharib, Axelle Thomas, Pierre Moutot, Dan Brabant, William Weens, Brigitte Dupond, Marie-Pierre Caron, Annick Falissard, Bruno Medjkane, François and Jardri, Renaud 2017. Very early hallucinatory experiences: a school-based study. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry,
Catone, Gennaro Marotta, Roberta Pisano, Simone Lennox, Belinda Carotenuto, Marco Gritti, Antonella Pascotto, Antonio and Broome, Matthew R 2017. Psychotic-like experiences in help-seeking adolescents: Dimensional exploration and association with different forms of bullying victimization – A developmental social psychiatry perspective. International Journal of Social Psychiatry, p. 002076401773376.
Hennig, Timo and Lincoln, Tania M. 2017. Sleeping Paranoia Away? An Actigraphy and Experience-Sampling Study with Adolescents. Child Psychiatry & Human Development,
Crush, Eloise Arseneault, Louise Jaffee, Sara R Danese, Andrea and Fisher, Helen L 2017. Protective Factors for Psychotic Symptoms Among Poly-victimized Children. Schizophrenia Bulletin,
Gur, R E Bassett, A S McDonald-McGinn, D M Bearden, C E Chow, E Emanuel, B S Owen, M Swillen, A Van den Bree, M Vermeesch, J Vorstman, J A S Warren, S Lehner, T and Morrow, B 2017. A neurogenetic model for the study of schizophrenia spectrum disorders: the International 22q11.2 Deletion Syndrome Brain Behavior Consortium. Molecular Psychiatry,
Rauschenberg, C. van Os, J. Cremers, D. Goedhart, M. Schieveld, J. N. M. and Reininghaus, U. 2017. Stress sensitivity as a putative mechanism linking childhood trauma and psychopathology in youth's daily life. Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica, Vol. 136, Issue. 4, p. 373.
Masillo, Alice Valmaggia, Lucia R. Saba, Riccardo Brandizzi, Martina Lo Cascio, Nella Telesforo, Ludovica Venturini, Paola Izzo, Aniello Mattioli, M. Teresa D'Alema, Marco Girardi, Paolo and Fiori Nastro, Paolo 2017. Interpersonal sensitivity, bullying victimization and paranoid ideation among help-seeking adolescents and young adults. Early Intervention in Psychiatry,
Huang, X. Fox, K. R. Ribeiro, J. D. and Franklin, J. C. 2017. Psychosis as a risk factor for suicidal thoughts and behaviors: a meta-analysis of longitudinal studies. Psychological Medicine, p. 1.
Vareilles, D. Bréhin, C. Cortey, C. Chevrin, A.-L. Hamon, T. Vignes, M. Chaix, Y. and Claudet, I. 2017. Hallucinations : analyse étiologique chez des enfants admis en service d’accueil des urgences. Archives de Pédiatrie, Vol. 24, Issue. 5, p. 445.
Gin, Kimberley Banerjea, Partha Abbott, Chris Browning, Sophie Bracegirdle, Karen Corrigall, Richard and Jolley, Suzanne 2017. Childhood unusual experiences in community Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services in South East London: Prevalence and impact. Schizophrenia Research,
Lu, Yun Marshall, Catherine Cadenhead, Kristin S. Cannon, Tyrone D. Cornblatt, Barbara A. McGlashan, Thomas H. Perkins, Diana O. Seidman, Larry J. Tsuang, Ming T. Walker, Elaine F. Woods, Scott W. Bearden, Carrie E. Mathalon, Daniel and Addington, Jean 2017. Perceptual abnormalities in clinical high risk youth and the role of trauma, cannabis use and anxiety. Psychiatry Research,
Psychotic symptoms occur more frequently in the general population than psychotic disorder and index risk for psychopathology. Multiple studies have reported on the prevalence of these symptoms using self-report questionnaires or clinical interviews but there is a lack of consensus about the prevalence of psychotic symptoms among children and adolescents.
We conducted a systematic review of all published literature on psychotic symptom prevalence in two age groups, children aged 9–12 years and adolescents aged 13–18 years, searching through electronic databases PubMed, Ovid Medline, PsycINFO and EMBASE up to June 2011, and extracted prevalence rates.
We identified 19 population studies that reported on psychotic symptom prevalence among children and adolescents. The median prevalence of psychotic symptoms was 17% among children aged 9–12 years and 7.5% among adolescents aged 13–18 years.
Psychotic symptoms are relatively common in young people, especially in childhood. Prevalence is higher in younger (9–12 years) compared to older (13–18 years) children.
Email your librarian or administrator to recommend adding this journal to your organisation's collection.
Full text views reflects the number of PDF downloads, PDFs sent to Google Drive, Dropbox and Kindle and HTML full text views.
* Views captured on Cambridge Core between September 2016 - 18th November 2017. This data will be updated every 24 hours.