Skip to ContentSkip to Navigation
How to find us dr. T.C. Boonstra

Publications

A cognitive remediation training for young adults with psychotic disorders to support their participation in education - study protocol for a pilot randomized controlled trial

Negative symptoms predict high relapse rates and both predict less favorable functional outcome in first episode psychosis, independent of treatment strategy

Onset and transition of and recovery from adverse development: Study methodology

Reprint of: Negative symptoms predict high relapse rates and both predict less favorable functional outcome in first episode psychosis, independent of treatment strategy

Response to email of editor-in-chief: JPM-19-0163 titled Oral health experiences and needs amongst young adults after a first episode psychosis

Individualized Prediction of Transition to Psychosis in 1,676 Individuals at Clinical High Risk: Development and Validation of a Multivariable Prediction Model Based on Individual Patient Data Meta-Analysis

Oral health experiences and needs amongst young adults after a first-episode psychosis: A phenomenological study

Cost-effectiveness of Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Preventing First-episode Psychosis in People with Ultra-High Risk

Four-Year Cost-effectiveness of Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Preventing First-episode Psychosis: The Dutch Early Detection Intervention Evaluation (EDIE-NL) Trial

Improving Outcome with CBTuhr: Cost-effectiveness and Profiling After 4-Years

Read more