British Journal of Psychiatry
Fecha de publicación: 15 de julio de 2021
Autores: Sophie J. Baker, Mike Jackson, Hannah Jongsma and Christopher W. N. Saville
Background: An ‘ethnic’ or ‘group’ density effect in psychosis has been observed, whereby the risk of psychosis in minority group individuals is inversely related to neighbourhood-level proportions of others belonging to the same group. However, there is conflicting evidence over whether this effect differs between minority groups and limited investigation into other moderators.