Categorizing what patients with psychosis say in clinical interactions: the development of a framework informed by theory of mind, metacognition and cognitive behavioral theory

Alessia Zangrilli, Maev Conneely, Rosemarie McCabe, Federica Catalfio & Stefan Priebe
Many patients with psychosis are socially isolated and struggle to maintain or establish satisfying social relationships. This has been explained as resulting from a reduced ability to understand one’s own mind, others’ minds, and how these interact. This understanding of one’s own and others’ minds is the foundation of many different theories and models from developmental to cognitive psychiatry. Increasing this ability is the goal of many therapeutic approaches and may facilitate establishing a positive...
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