Tag: discrimination and psychosis
Targeting Hypocrisy Reduces Islamophobia and Collective Blame of Muslims
Interventions calling attention to participants’ hypocrisy proved effective in reducing Islamophobia and collective blame of Muslims for individual acts of violence.
Minority and Immigration Status Associated with Psychosis Risk
Ethnic minorities and those who migrated during childhood have an elevated risk for psychosis, study finds.
Risk of Psychosis Greater for People from Ethnic Minorities
From The Guardian: A new UK study shows that people from ethnic minorities have up to a five times greater risk of psychotic disorders than...
Immigrants Suffer Higher Rates of Psychosis
From The Conversation: Research suggest that immigrants experience psychosis at rates two to five times higher than non-immigrants, likely due to exclusion and discrimination. Maintaining...
Minority Discrimination Linked to Psychosis
A study published in this month’s issue of the Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology found that perceived discrimination related to minority status may precede...