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Berry, C., Easterbrook, M., Empson, L., & Fowler, D. (2019). Structured activity and multiple group memberships as mechanisms of increased depression among young people not in employment, education or training. Early Intervention in Psychiatry.
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Berry, C. & Greenwood, K. (2018). Direct and indirect associations between dysfunctional attitudes, self-stigma, hopefulness and social inclusion in young people experiencing psychosis. Schizophrenia Research, 193, 197-203.
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