The graph shows that different types of childhood trauma (represented along the x-axis) are predictive of psychosis (relative risks shown on y-axis) to variable degrees – it shows, for instance, that bullying and maltreatment put the individual at particular risk of going on to develop psychosis in later life. If you would like to read my post entitled : ‘The Link between Childhood Trauma and Psychosis’, please click here.
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