High Rates of Low-Intensity Aggressive, Suicidal Behavior in Early Psychosis


Patients who are at the early stages of psychosis exhibit high rates of aggressive and suicidal behavior prior to their contact with clinical services, according to study results published in Schizophrenia Research . In addition, alcohol use disorders, neurodevelopmental adversities, and poverty symptoms have all been shown to be linked to a higher risk for aggression in individuals with early psychosis.