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Rethinking the role of sleep dysfunction in psychosis

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Sleep dysfunction – including sleep disorder symptoms, dissatisfaction with sleep, and other sleep abnormalities - has long been linked with psychosis, but the traditional view has been that sleep dysfunction is a consequence of psychosis. This thesis reconceptualises this relationship by testing a causal role of sleep dysfunction in psychosis. The first step was a systematic review (Chapter 1), in which correlational, but no causal, evidence is found for an association between sleep dysfu...

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University of Oxford

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Sarah Reeve
Type of award:
DPhil
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Doctoral
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University of Oxford

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