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Characterizing psychosis risk traits in Africa: A longitudinal study of Kenyan adolescents
The schizophrenia prodrome has not been extensively studied in Africa. Identification of prodromal behavioral symptoms holds promise for early intervention and prevention of disorder onset. Our goal was to investigate schizophrenia risk traits in Kenyan adolescents and identify predictors of psychosis progression. 135 high-risk (HR) and 142 low-risk (LR) adolescents were identified from among secondary school students in Machakos, Kenya, using the structured interview of psychosis-riskdoi:10.1016/j.schres.2016.08.004 pmid:27522263 fatcat:pwpzknptpzcsjjqdjlxlsj4hiu