Publications in collaboration with researchers from University Medical Center Utrecht (43)


  1. Development and Validation of Predictive Model for a Diagnosis of First Episode Psychosis Using the Multinational EU-GEI Case-control Study and Modern Statistical Learning Methods

    Schizophrenia Bulletin Open, Vol. 4, Núm. 1

  2. Differences in Patterns of Stimulant Use and Their Impact on First-Episode Psychosis Incidence: An Analysis of the EUGEI Study

    Schizophrenia Bulletin, Vol. 49, Núm. 5, pp. 1269-1280

  3. Efficacy of oral versus long-acting antipsychotic treatment in patients with early-phase schizophrenia in Europe and Israel: a large-scale, open-label, randomised trial (EULAST)

    The Lancet Psychiatry, Vol. 10, Núm. 3, pp. 197-208

  4. Examining the association between exposome score for schizophrenia and cognition in schizophrenia, siblings, and healthy controls: Results from the EUGEI study

    Psychiatry Research, Vol. 323

  5. Exploring the mediation of DNA methylation across the epigenome between childhood adversity and First Episode of Psychosis—findings from the EU-GEI study

    Molecular Psychiatry, Vol. 28, Núm. 5, pp. 2095-2106

  6. The association between reasons for first using cannabis, later pattern of use, and risk of first-episode psychosis: the EU-GEI case-control study

    Psychological medicine, Vol. 53, Núm. 15, pp. 7418-7427

  7. The relationship between genetic liability, childhood maltreatment, and IQ: findings from the EU-GEI multicentric case–control study

    Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology, Vol. 58, Núm. 10, pp. 1573-1580

  8. Tobacco use in first-episode psychosis, a multinational EU-GEI study

    Psychological Medicine, Vol. 53, Núm. 15, pp. 7265-7276

  9. Use of multiple polygenic risk scores for distinguishing schizophrenia-spectrum disorder and affective psychosis categories in a first-episode sample; The EU-GEI study

    Psychological Medicine, Vol. 53, Núm. 8, pp. 3396-3405


  1. A replication study of JTC bias, genetic liability for psychosis and delusional ideation

    Psychological Medicine, Vol. 52, Núm. 9, pp. 1777-1783

  2. Childhood Maltreatment, Educational Attainment, and IQ: Findings from a Multicentric Case-control Study of First-episode Psychosis (EU-GEI)

    Schizophrenia Bulletin, Vol. 48, Núm. 3, pp. 575-589

  3. Evidence, and replication thereof, that molecular-genetic and environmental risks for psychosis impact through an affective pathway

    Psychological Medicine, Vol. 52, Núm. 10, pp. 1910-1922

  4. Examining facial emotion recognition as an intermediate phenotype for psychosis: Findings from the EUGEI study

    Progress in Neuro-Psychopharmacology and Biological Psychiatry, Vol. 113

  5. Facial Emotion Recognition in Psychosis and Associations With Polygenic Risk for Schizophrenia: Findings From the Multi-Center EU-GEI Case-Control Study

    Schizophrenia bulletin, Vol. 48, Núm. 5, pp. 1104-1114

  6. Genetic and psychosocial stressors have independent effects on the level of subclinical psychosis: findings from the multinational EU-GEI study

    Epidemiology and psychiatric sciences, Vol. 31, pp. e68

  7. Mapping genomic loci implicates genes and synaptic biology in schizophrenia

    Nature, Vol. 604, Núm. 7906, pp. 502-508

  8. Migration history and risk of psychosis: Results from the multinational EU-GEI study

    Psychological Medicine, Vol. 52, Núm. 14, pp. 2972-2984

  9. The association between cannabis use and facial emotion recognition in schizophrenia, siblings, and healthy controls: Results from the EUGEI study

    European Neuropsychopharmacology, Vol. 63, pp. 47-59