Linder, Caroline

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2016

Kindler, J; Schultze-Lutter, F; Michel, C; Martz-Irngartinger, A; Linder, C; Schmidt, SJ; Stegmayer, K; Schimmelmann, BG; Walther, S (2016). Abnormal involuntary movements are linked to psychosis-risk in children and adolescents: Results of a population-based study. Schizophrenia Research, 174(1-3), pp. 58-64. Elsevier 10.1016/j.schres.2016.04.032

Walther, S; Schultze-Lutter, F; Michel, C; Martz-Irngartinger, A; Linder, C; Schmidt, SJ; Schimmelmann, BG; Kindler, J (2016). Abnorme unwillkürliche Bewegungen und Psychoserisiko bei Kinder und Jugendlichen: Eine populationsbasierte Studie (Unpublished). In: DGPPN. Psyche - Mensch - Gesellschaft. Berlin, Deutschland. 23.11.-26.11.2016.

2015

Schimmelmann, Benno Karl Edgar; Michel, Chantal; Martz, Alexandra; Linder, Caroline; Schultze-Lutter, Frauke (2015). Age matters in the prevalence and clinical significance of ultra-high-risk for psychosis symptoms and criteria in the general population: Findings from the BEAR and BEARS-kid studies. World psychiatry, 14(2), pp. 189-197. Masson Italy 10.1002/wps.20216

Schimmelmann, Benno Karl Edgar; Michel, Chantal; Marz-Irmgartner, Alexandra; Linder, Caroline; Schultze-Lutter, Frauke (2015). Alterseffekte in der Prävalenz von Risikosymptomen für eine Psychose in der Allgemeinbevölkerung (Unpublished). In: XXXIV. DGKJP KONGRESS. Veränderte Gesellschaft - Veränderte Familien. München. 04.-07.03.2015.

Schultze-Lutter, F; Michel, C; Linder, C; Schimmelmann, BG (2015). 2-Jahres Follow-up von Risikosymptomen für eine Psychose in der Allgemeinbevölkerung (Unpublished). In: XXXIV. DGKJP KONGRESS. Veränderte Gesellschaft - Veränderte Familien. München. 04.-07.03.2015.

2014

Schultze-Lutter, Frauke; Michel, Chantal; Linder, Caroline; Schimmelmann, Benno Karl Edgar (April 2014). The course of at-risk symptoms for psychosis in the general population: 2-year follow-up of the Bern Epidemiological At-Risk (BEAR) study. Schizophrenia Research, 153, p. 365. Elsevier

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