Frequently changing schools may raise children's psychosis risk

02/18/2014 | Nature World News

Twelve-year-olds who changed schools three or more times during their childhood were 60% more likely to have at least one psychotic symptom than those who did not switch schools, a study showed. The process of moving schools may result in low self-esteem and a feeling of social defeat, researchers said. The findings were published in the journal the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry.

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