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Research interests

Psychotic disorders

Auditory hallucinations in youth


Cost-effectiveness of a mindful yoga intervention added to treatment as usual for young women with major depressive disorder versus treatment as usual only: Cost-effectiveness of yoga for young women with depression

Age-Related Social Cognitive Performance in Individuals With Psychotic Disorders and Their First-Degree Relatives

Associations between genetic liabilities to smoking behavior and schizophrenia symptoms in patients with a psychotic disorder, their siblings and healthy controls

Brief mindful yoga intervention fails to prevent depression-related outcomes after a dysphoric affect induction

Cardiovascular risk assessment methods yield unequal risk predictions: a large cross-sectional study in psychiatric secondary care outpatients

Personal recovery suits us all: A study in patients with non-affective psychosis, unaffected siblings and healthy controls

Six-year trajectories and associated factors of positive and negative symptoms in schizophrenia patients, siblings, and controls: Genetic Risk and Outcome of Psychosis (GROUP) study

The dynamics of social activation and suspiciousness in individuals at ultra-high risk for psychosis

The ethics of yoga in (mental) healthcare: Beyond the traditional Eightfold path

Association of cognitive performance with clinical staging in schizophrenia spectrum disorders: a prospective 6-year follow-up study

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