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Sleep physiology, circadian rhythms, and the risk for developing psychosis

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Sleep and circadian rhythm disruption (SCRD) is frequently found to co-occur in psychotic disorders. This can include a range of phenotypes such as insomnia, circadian delays, deficits in sleep spindles, and sleep-dependent cognitive impairments. However, increasing evidence suggests that psychosis occurs across a continuum of severity within the general population, yet few studies have investigated sleep and circadian rhythms prior to clinical diagnosis. Furthermore, SCRD and psychosis ar...

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