Programme(s) to which this project applies:
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Objective and Significance:- To identifiy youths in the population with higher risk of progressing to schziphrenia and other psychotic disorders
Research Plan and Methodology:
This is a longitudinal study, arising from our large-scale Hong Kong Youth Epidemiological Study of Mental Health (HKYES), comparing young people with and without subclinical psychotic symptoms on a series of evaluation assessments encompassing clinical, functional, psychological, psychosocial and standard neurocognitive domains. Other major psychiatric symptom dimensions including depression, anxiety, PTSD, eating disorder, obsessive-compulsive symptoms, substance use etc, will also be investigated. Investigational means such as innovative cognitive paradigms, experience sampling methods, digital phenotyping will be employed.
Professor EYH Chen, Chair Professor, Department of Psychiatry
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