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자아존중감과 의심의 상관성 : 정산군, 정신증 고위험군, 최근 발병 조현병군

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 Relations of Self-Esteem with Paranoia in Health Controls, Individuals at Ultra-High Risk for Psychosis and with Recent Onset Schizophrenia 
 Yoon HW ; Song YY ; An SK ; Kang JI 
 Korean Journal of Schizophrenia Research (대한조현병학회지), Vol.16(2) : 86~92, 2013 
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 Korean Journal of Schizophrenia Research  (대한조현병학회지) 
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OBJECTIVES: Some emotional components, such as self-esteem, depression and anxiety, have been reported to be associated with paranoia in non-clinical population and schizophrenia patients. The aim of this study was to investigate the correlation between self-esteem and paranoia in healthy controls, in ultra-high risk for psychosis and schizophrenia patients. METHODS: 34 subjects with recent onset schizophrenia, 36 subjects with ultra-high risk for psychosis, and 44 healthy volunteers participated in this study. A detailed assessment was made of the paranoia, self-esteem, depression, and anxiety. RESULTS: In all three groups, there were a negative correlation between paranoia and self-esteem, and positive correlations between paranoia and depression and anxiety. In healthy control, lower self-esteem showed a trend to predict higher paranoia, and in ultra-high risk for psychosis, this trend tern on statistically significant level, and in recent onset schizophrenia group, this correlation was disappeared. CONCLUSION: The individual who have lower self-esteem showed higher paranoia tendency under delusional level, but after formation of persecutory delusion, the tendency was disappeared. This result supports the hypothesis that persecutory delusions are a defense against negative affective process.
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