A study using data from the National Latino and Asian American Study finds that refugee status predicted more psychotic symptoms, even after controlling for traumatic experiences and demographic covariation, and that the risk of psychosis was higher in the pre-migration period than it was after migration. Results appeared in the Journal of Immigrant & Refugee Studies.
Crager, M., Chu, T., Link, B., Rasmussen, A.; Forced Migration and Psychotic Symptoms: An Analysis of the National Latino and Asian American Study. Journal of Immigrant & Refugee Studies. 11(3) 2013 (Online July 26)