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|Title:||Letter to the Editor: Childhood trauma may combine synergistically with stimulant use rather than cannabis use to predict psychosis|
|Publisher:||Cambridge University Press|
|Citation:||Daly M (2012) Letter to the Editor: Childhood trauma may combine synergistically with stimulant use rather than cannabis use to predict psychosis. [Commentary on: Houston JE, Murphy J, Shevlin M, Adamson G (2011). Cannabis use and psychosis : revisiting the role of childhood trauma. Psychological Medicine 41, 2339–2348. Konings M, Stefanis N, Kuepper R, de Graaf R, ten Have M, van Os J, Bakoula C, Henquet C (2011). Replication in two independent population-based samples that childhood maltreatment and cannabis use synergistically impact on psychosis risk. Psychological Medicine. Published online : 15 June 2011. doi :10.1017/S0033291711000973.] Psychological Medicine, 42 (2), pp. 445-446.|
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