Basic self-disturbances are associated with sense of coherence in patients with psychotic disorders

Ingrid Hartveit Svendsen, Elisabeth Haug, Ingrid Melle, Merete Glenne Øie, Paul Møller & Barbaby Nelson
Background: The Sense of Coherence (SOC) theory gives a possible explanation of how people can experience subjective good health despite severe illness. Basic self-disturbances (BSDs) are subtle non-psychotic disturbances that may destabilize the person’s sense of self, identity, corporeality, and the overall ‘grip’ of the world. Aim: Our objective was to investigate associations between BSDs and SOC in patients with psychotic disorders. Design: This is a cross-sectional study of 56 patients diagnosed with psychotic disorders...
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