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Developing psychological treatments for psychosis.

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Freeman D., (2024), Br J Psychiatry, 224, 147 - 149

Daydreaming and grandiose delusions: development of the Qualities of Daydreaming Scale.

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Isham L. et al, (2024), Behav Cogn Psychother, 1 - 15

Understanding and Treating Persecutory Delusions.

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Freeman D., (2024), Schizophr Bull

Framework for understanding movement and physical activity in patients diagnosed with psychosis.

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Diamond R. et al, (2024), BMJ Ment Health, 27

Explaining paranoia: cognitive and social processes in the occurrence of extreme mistrust.

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Freeman D. and Loe BS., (2023), BMJ Ment Health, 26

Explaining Paranoia

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FREEMAN D. and Loe BS., (2023), BMJ Mental Health

A psychological framework to understand interpersonal violence by forensic patients with psychosis.

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LAMBE S. et al, (2023), British Journal of Psychiatry

Body image concerns in patients with persecutory delusions.

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Waite F. et al, (2023), Psychol Med, 53, 4121 - 4129

Virtual reality (VR) therapy for patients with psychosis: satisfaction and side effects.

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Freeman D. et al, (2023), Psychol Med, 53, 4373 - 4384

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