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There is a great deal of debate on the usefulness and accuracy of prodromal criteria in predicting schizophrenia. The risk of treating people who screen false positive with medication is considerable. Yet intervening during the prodromal stage of illness may reduce the burden caused by schizophrenia. Aims To draw together the evidence base for the predictive validity of prodromal criteria in identifying individuals at high risk of developing schizophrenia. Method We conducted a systematicdoi:10.1192/bjp.bp.110.086868 pmid:22045944 fatcat:rh6umei2kfdb7lziqjhl7ltxqa