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Childhood trauma are not associated with the intensity of transient cocaine induced psychotic symptoms

Abstract : A personal history of childhood trauma has been associated with the severity of psychotic symptoms in several disorders. We evaluated retrospectively cocaine-induced psychotic symptoms with the SAPS-CIP and childhood trauma with the CTQ in a clinical sample of 144 cocaine users. The SAPS-CIP score was not statistically associated with the presence or number or intensity of trauma, but was associated with rapid routes of administration (intravenous and smoked) and with frequent cocaine use.
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Emily Karsinti, Marine Jarroir, El-Hadi Zerdazi, Vanessa Bloch, Gaël Dupuy, et al.. Childhood trauma are not associated with the intensity of transient cocaine induced psychotic symptoms. Psychiatry Research, 2015, Psychiatry Research, 228 (3), pp.941-944. ⟨10.1016/j.psychres.2015.05.065⟩. ⟨hal-02383843⟩

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