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■ Abbreviation / Long Form : ARMS / at-risk mental state for psychosis

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Abbreviation:   ARMS  (>> Co-occurring Abbreviation)
Long Form:   at-risk mental state for psychosis
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No. Year Title Co-occurring Abbreviation
2020 Deconstructing the relationships between self-esteem and paranoia in early psychosis: an experience sampling study. FEP
2018 Evaluating verbal learning and memory in patients with an at-risk mental state or first episode psychosis using structural equation modelling. CVLT, FEP, HC
2018 The neuropsychology of emerging psychosis and the role of working memory in episodic memory encoding. FE, WM
2017 Stigma toward psychosis and its formulation process: prejudice and discrimination against early stages of schizophrenia. PLE
2017 The Importance of Metamemory Functioning to the Pathogenesis of Psychosis. FEP
2016 Bias against disconfirmatory evidence in the 'at-risk mental state' and during psychosis. BACE, BADE, FEP, HC
2015 Hippocampal volume correlates with attenuated negative psychotic symptoms irrespective of antidepressant medication. ARMS-AD, GMV, HC
2015 Pituitary gland volume in at-risk mental state for psychosis: a longitudinal MRI analysis. ARMS-T, MRI
2015 Sex differences in cognitive functioning in at-risk mental state for psychosis, first episode psychosis and healthy control subjects. FEP, FePsy, HC
10  2014 Accelerated brain aging in schizophrenia and beyond: a neuroanatomical marker of psychiatric disorders. BPD, BrainAGE, MD, SZ
11  2013 Cannabis use and cognitive functions in at-risk mental state and first episode psychosis. FEP
12  2013 Distinguishing prodromal from first-episode psychosis using neuroanatomical single-subject pattern recognition. FE, HC, MRI
13  2010 Altered relationship between hippocampal glutamate levels and striatal dopamine function in subjects at ultra high risk of psychosis. ---
14  2010 Use of neuroanatomical pattern regression to predict the structural brain dynamics of vulnerability and transition to psychosis. HC, PLS, SVR