Social mindfulness and psychosis: neural response to socially mindful behavior in first-episode psychosis and patients at clinical high-risk

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Social mindfulness and psychosis: neural response to socially mindful behavior in first-episode psychosis and patients at clinical high-risk

Type: Article / Letter to editor
Title: Social mindfulness and psychosis: neural response to socially mindful behavior in first-episode psychosis and patients at clinical high-risk
Author: Lemmers-Jansen, I.L.J.Fett, A.K.J.Van, Doesum N.J.Van, Lange P.A.M.Veltman, D.J.Krabbendam, L.
Journal Title: Frontiers in Human Neuroscience
Volume: 13
Issue Date: 2019
Abstract: Psychosis is characterized by problems in social functioning and trust, the assumed glue to positive social relations. But what helps building trust? A prime candidate could be social mindfulness: the ability and willingness to see and consider another person’s needs and wishes during social decision making. We investigated whether first-episode psychosis patients (FEP) and patients at clinical high-risk (CHR) show reduced social mindfulness, and examined the underlying neural mechanisms.
Uri: https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fnhum.2019.00047/full
Handle: http://hdl.handle.net/1887/69879
 

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