AP. Morrison, J. Renton, P. French, R. Bentall (2014). Think You're Crazy? Think Again A Resource Book for Cognitive Therapy for Psychosis. Routledge.
P. French, J. Smith, D. Shiers, M. Reed, M. Rayne (2010). Promoting Recovery in Early Psychosis. Wiley.
P. French, AP. Morrison (2004). Early Detection and Cognitive Therapy for People at High Risk of Developing Psychosis A Treatment Approach. John Wiley & Sons.
P. French, AP. Morrison (2004). Early Detection and Cognitive Therapy for People at High Risk of Developing Psychosis A Treatment Approach. Wiley.
H. Collins, K. Allsopp, K. Arvanitis, P. Chitsabesan, P. French (2020). Psychological impact of spontaneous memorials: A narrative review. Psychol Trauma.
A. Gumley, S. Bradstreet, J. Ainsworth, S. Allan, M. Alvarez-Jimenez, et al. (2020). Early Signs Monitoring to Prevent Relapse in Psychosis and Promote Well-Being, Engagement, and Recovery: Protocol for a Feasibility Cluster Randomized Controlled Trial Harnessing Mobile Phone Technology Blended With Peer Support. JMIR Res Protoc. 9(1), pp.e15058-e15058.
E. Izon, K. Berry, H. Law, K. Au-Yeung, P. French (2020). “I don’t know how to fix it and sometimes it’s so overwhelming” Identifying the barriers and facilitators for family caregivers supporting someone at high-risk of psychosis: A qualitative study. Psychosis. 12(1), pp.57-67.
B. Nelson, GP. Amminger, A. Bechdolf, P. French, A. Malla, et al. (2019). Evidence for preventive treatments in young patients at clinical high risk of psychosis: the need for context. The Lancet Psychiatry.
E. Soneson, D. Russo, C. Knight, L. Lafortune, M. Heslin, et al. (2019). Psychological interventions for people with psychotic experiences: protocol for a systematic review and meta-analysis. Systematic Reviews. 8(1),
R. Sutton, P. French (2019). Challenges of measuring the influence of the Recovery Academy upon health professionals: considerations for quantitative research. Journal of Mental Health Training, Education and Practice. 14(3), pp.149-155.
R. Sutton, K. Lawrence, E. Zabel, P. French (2019). Recovery College influences upon service users: a Recovery Academy exploration of employment and service use. The Journal of Mental Health Training, Education and Practice. 14(3), pp.141-148.
AP. Morrison, M. Pyle, A. Gumley, M. Schwannauer, D. Turkington, et al. (2019). Cognitive–behavioural therapy for clozapine-resistant schizophrenia: the FOCUS RCT. Health Technology Assessment. 23(7), pp.1-144.
JE. Palmier-Claus, D. Shiers, P. French, R. Harris, L. Laverty (2019). Oral health in psychosis: An unmet need. Schizophr Res. 204, pp.442-442.
K. Allsopp, CR. Brewin, A. Barrett, R. Williams, D. Hind, et al. (2019). Responding to mental health needs after terror attacks. The BMJ. 366,
C. Lowen, J. Hodgekins, K. Pugh, C. Berry, M. Fitzsimmons, et al. (2019). Measuring adherence in social recovery therapy with people with first episode psychosis. Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy.
D. Fowler, J. Hodgekins, P. French (2019). Social Recovery Therapy in improving activity and social outcomes in early psychosis: Current evidence and longer term outcomes. Schizophr Res. 203, pp.99-104.
E. Izon, K. Berry, H. Law, P. French (2018). Expressed emotion (EE) in families of individuals at-risk of developing psychosis: A systematic review. Psychiatry Res. 270, pp.661-672.
ME. Carey, J. Barnett, Y. Doherty, K. Barnard, H. Daly, et al. (2018). Reducing weight gain in people with schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorder, and first episode psychosis: describing the process of developing the STructured lifestyle Education for People With SchizophrEnia (STEPWISE) intervention. Pilot and Feasibility Studies. 4(1),
RIG. Holt, D. Hind, R. Gossage-Worrall, MJ. Bradburn, D. Saxon, et al. (2018). Structured lifestyle education to support weight loss for people with schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorder and first episode psychosis: The STEPWISE RCT. Health Technology Assessment. 22(65), pp.1-160.
M. Bright, S. Parker, P. French, AP. Morrison, S. Tully, et al. (2018). Assessment of metacognitive beliefs in an at risk mental state for psychosis: A validation study of the Metacognitions Questionnaire-30. Clinical Psychology & Psychotherapy. 25(5), pp.710-720.
B. Gee, C. Notley, R. Byrne, T. Clarke, J. Hodgekins, et al. (2018). Young people's experiences of Social Recovery Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and treatment as usual in the PRODIGY trial. Early Interv Psychiatry. 12(5), pp.879-885.
AP. Morrison, M. Pyle, A. Gumley, M. Schwannauer, D. Turkington, et al. (2018). Cognitive behavioural therapy in clozapine-resistant schizophrenia (FOCUS): an assessor-blinded, randomised controlled trial. Lancet Psychiatry. 5(8), pp.633-643.
A. Nishida, S. Ando, S. Yamasaki, S. Koike, K. Ichihashi, et al. (2018). A randomized controlled trial of comprehensive early intervention care in patients with first-episode psychosis in Japan: 1.5-year outcomes from the J-CAP study. J Psychiatr Res. 102, pp.136-141.
J. Perez, DA. Russo, J. Stochl, J. Clarke, Z. Martin, et al. (2018). Common mental disorder including psychotic experiences: Trailblazing a new recovery pathway within the Improving Access to Psychological Therapies programme in England. Early Interv Psychiatry. 12(3), pp.497-504.
AP. Morrison, H. Law, L. Carter, R. Sellers, R. Emsley, et al. (2018). Antipsychotic drugs versus cognitive behavioural therapy versus a combination of both in people with psychosis: a randomised controlled pilot and feasibility study. Lancet Psychiatry. 5(5), pp.411-423.
M. Bright, S. Parker, P. French, D. Fowler, A. Gumley, et al. (2018). Metacognitive beliefs as psychological predictors of social functioning: An investigation with young people at risk of psychosis. Psychiatry Res. 262, pp.520-526.
D. Fowler, J. Hodgekins, P. French, M. Marshall, N. Freemantle, et al. (2018). Social recovery therapy in combination with early intervention services for enhancement of social recovery in patients with first-episode psychosis (SUPEREDEN3): a single-blind, randomised controlled trial. Lancet Psychiatry. 5(1), pp.41-50.
J. Palmier-Claus, R. Griffiths, E. Murphy, S. Parker, E. Longden, et al. (2017). Cognitive behavioural therapy for thought disorder in psychosis. Psychosis. 9(4), pp.347-357.
H. Law, L. Carter, R. Sellers, R. Emsley, R. Byrne, et al. (2017). A pilot randomised controlled trial comparing antipsychotic medication, to cognitive behavioural therapy to a combination of both in people with psychosis: rationale, study design and baseline data of the COMPARE trial. Psychosis. 9(3), pp.193-204.
J. Cotter, E. Zabel, P. French, AR. Yung (2017). Prolonged duration of untreated psychosis: a problem that needs addressing. Early Interv Psychiatry. 11(3), pp.263-268.
J. Firth, R. Carney, M. Pownall, P. French, R. Elliott, et al. (2017). Challenges in implementing an exercise intervention within residential psychiatric care: A mixed methods study. Mental Health and Physical Activity. 12, pp.141-146.
R. Gossage-Worrall, RIG. Holt, K. Barnard, M. Carey, M. Davies, et al. (2016). STEPWISE - STructured lifestyle Education for People WIth SchizophrEnia: A study protocol for a randomised controlled trial. Trials. 17(1),
E. Zabel, G. Donegan, K. Lawrence, P. French (2016). Exploring the impact of the recovery academy: a qualitative study of Recovery College experiences. Journal of Mental Health Training, Education and Practice. 11(3), pp.162-171.
S. Yamasaki, S. Ando, S. Koike, S. Usami, K. Endo, et al. (2016). Dissociation mediates the relationship between peer victimization and hallucinatory experiences among early adolescents. Schizophrenia Research: Cognition. 4, pp.18-23.
C. Flach, P. French, G. Dunn, D. Fowler, AI. Gumley, et al. (2015). Components of therapy as mechanisms of change in cognitive therapy for people at risk of psychosis: analysis of the EDIE-2 trial. Br J Psychiatry. 207(2), pp.123-129.
J. Firth, J. Cotter, R. Elliott, P. French, AR. Yung (2015). A systematic review and meta-analysis of exercise interventions in schizophrenia patients. Psychol Med. 45(7), pp.1343-1361.
M. Pyle, SLK. Stewart, P. French, R. Byrne, P. Patterson, et al. (2015). Internalized stigma, emotional dysfunction and unusual experiences in young people at risk of psychosis. Early Interv Psychiatry. 9(2), pp.133-140.
J. Hodgekins, P. French, M. Birchwood, M. Mugford, R. Christopher, et al. (2015). Comparing time use in individuals at different stages of psychosis and a non-clinical comparison group. Schizophr Res. 161(2-3), pp.188-193.
C. Notley, R. Christopher, J. Hodgekins, R. Byrne, P. French, et al. (2015). Participant views on involvement in a trial of social recovery cognitive-behavioural therapy. Br J Psychiatry. 206(2), pp.122-127.
AP. Morrison, N. Shryane, D. Fowler, M. Birchwood, AI. Gumley, et al. (2015). Negative cognition, affect, metacognition and dimensions of paranoia in people at ultra-high risk of psychosis: a multi-level modelling analysis. Psychol Med. 45(12), pp.2675-2684.
AP. Morrison, M. Pyle, N. Chapman, P. French, SK. Parker, et al. (2014). Metacognitive therapy in people with a schizophrenia spectrum diagnosis and medication resistant symptoms: a feasibility study. J Behav Ther Exp Psychiatry. 45(2), pp.280-284.
H. Law, E. Izon, K. Au‐Yeung, AP. Morrison, R. Byrne, et al. Combined individual and family therapy in comparison to treatment as usual for people at‐risk of psychosis: A feasibility study (IF CBT): Trial rationale, methodology and baseline characteristics. Early Intervention in Psychiatry.
M. van der Gaag, F. Smit, P. French, AR. Yung, P. McGorry, et al. (2014). Response to the letters of Dr Amos and Dr Preti and colleagues. Schizophr Res. 153(1-3), pp.237-239.
HG. von Reventlow, S. Krüger-Özgürdal, S. Ruhrmann, F. Schultze-Lutter, A. Heinz, et al. (2014). Pathways to care in subjects at high risk for psychotic disorders - a European perspective. Schizophr Res. 152(2-3), pp.400-407.
M. van der Gaag, F. Smit, A. Bechdolf, P. French, DH. Linszen, et al. (2013). Preventing a first episode of psychosis: meta-analysis of randomized controlled prevention trials of 12 month and longer-term follow-ups. Schizophr Res. 149(1-3), pp.56-62.
AP. Morrison, M. Birchwood, M. Pyle, C. Flach, SLK. Stewart, et al. (2013). Impact of cognitive therapy on internalised stigma in people with at-risk mental states. Br J Psychiatry. 203(2), pp.140-145.
P. French, J. Owens, S. Parker, G. Dunn (2012). Identification of young people in the early stages of psychosis: validation of a checklist for use in primary care. Psychiatry Res. 200(2-3), pp.911-916.
M. Casswell, P. French, A. Rogers (2012). Distress, defiance or adaptation? A review paper of at-risk mental health states in young offenders. Early Interv Psychiatry. 6(3), pp.219-228.
P. Hutton, AP. Morrison, AR. Yung, PJ. Taylor, P. French, et al. (2012). Effects of drop-out on efficacy estimates in five Cochrane reviews of popular antipsychotics for schizophrenia. Acta Psychiatr Scand. 126(1), pp.1-11.
AP. Morrison, P. Hutton, M. Wardle, H. Spencer, S. Barratt, et al. (2012). Cognitive therapy for people with a schizophrenia spectrum diagnosis not taking antipsychotic medication: an exploratory trial. Psychol Med. 42(5), pp.1049-1056.
AP. Morrison, P. French, SLK. Stewart, M. Birchwood, D. Fowler, et al. (2012). Early detection and intervention evaluation for people at risk of psychosis: multisite randomised controlled trial. BMJ. 344(apr05 1), pp.e2233-e2233.
J. Addington, C. Marshall, P. French (2012). Cognitive behavioral therapy in prodromal psychosis. Curr Pharm Des. 18(4), pp.558-565.
S. Dragt, DH. Nieman, F. Schultze-Lutter, F. van der Meer, H. Becker, et al. (2012). Cannabis use and age at onset of symptoms in subjects at clinical high risk for psychosis. Acta Psychiatr Scand. 125(1), pp.45-53.
D. Fowler, R. Rollinson, P. French (2011). Adherence and competence assessment in studies of CBT for psychosis: current status and future directions. Epidemiol Psychiatr Sci. 20(2), pp.121-126.
P. French, P. Hutton, S. Barratt, S. Parker, R. Byrne, et al. (2011). Provision of online normalising information to reduce stigma associated with psychosis: Can an audio podcast challenge negative appraisals of psychotic experiences?. Psychosis. 3(1), pp.52-62.
AP. Morrison, SLK. Stewart, P. French, RP. Bentall, M. Birchwood, et al. (2011). Early detection and intervention evaluation for people at high-risk of psychosis-2 (EDIE-2): trial rationale, design and baseline characteristics. Early Interv Psychiatry. 5(1), pp.24-32.
J. Addington, I. Epstein, L. Liu, P. French, KM. Boydell, et al. (2011). A randomized controlled trial of cognitive behavioral therapy for individuals at clinical high risk of psychosis. Schizophr Res. 125(1), pp.54-61.
E. Velthorst, DH. Nieman, D. Linszen, H. Becker, L. de Haan, et al. (2010). Disability in people clinically at high risk of psychosis. Br J Psychiatry. 197(4), pp.278-284.
E. Barkus, J. Stirling, P. French, A. Morrison, R. Bentall, et al. (2010). Distress and metacognition in psychosis prone individuals: comparing high schizotypy to the at-risk mental state. J Nerv Ment Dis. 198(2), pp.99-104.
D. Perivoliotis, AP. Morrison, PM. Grant, P. French, AT. Beck (2009). Negative performance beliefs and negative symptoms in individuals at ultra-high risk of psychosis: a preliminary study. Psychopathology. 42(6), pp.375-379.
D. Shiers, P. French (2008). Invited commentary on … Patient information on schizophrenia on the internet. Psychiatric Bulletin. 32(11), pp.411-412.
P. French, N. Shryane, RP. Bentall, SW. Lewis, AP. Morrison (2007). Effects of cognitive therapy on the longitudinal development of psychotic experiences in people at high risk of developing psychosis. Br J Psychiatry Suppl. 51(S51), pp.s82-s87.
AP. Morrison, P. French, A. Wells (2007). Metacognitive beliefs across the continuum of psychosis: comparisons between patients with psychotic disorders, patients at ultra-high risk and non-patients. Behav Res Ther. 45(9), pp.2241-2246.
AP. Morrison, P. French, S. Parker, M. Roberts, H. Stevens, et al. (2007). Three-year follow-up of a randomized controlled trial of cognitive therapy for the prevention of psychosis in people at ultrahigh risk. Schizophr Bull. 33(3), pp.682-687.
AP. Morrison, P. French, SW. Lewis, M. Roberts, S. Raja, et al. (2006). Psychological factors in people at ultra-high risk of psychosis: comparisons with non-patients and associations with symptoms. Psychol Med. 36(10), pp.1395-1404.
AP. Morrison, P. French, L. Walford, SW. Lewis, A. Kilcommons, et al. (2004). Cognitive therapy for the prevention of psychosis in people at ultra-high risk: randomised controlled trial. Br J Psychiatry. 185(4), pp.291-297.
AP. Morrison, RP. Bentall, P. French, A. Kilcommons, J. Green, et al. (2003). Cognitive therapy in ultra high risk individuals for psychosis: Randomised controlled trial. Schizophrenia Research. 60(1), pp.326-326.
P. French, AP. Morrison, L. Walford, A. Knight, RP. Bentall (2003). COGNITIVE THERAPY FOR PREVENTING TRANSITION TO PSYCHOSIS IN HIGH RISK INDIVIDUALS: A CASE SERIES. Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy. 31(1), pp.53-67.
AP. Morrison, RP. Bentall, P. French, L. Walford, A. Kilcommons, et al. (2002). Randomised controlled trial of early detection and cognitive therapy for preventing transition to psychosis in high-risk individuals. Study design and interim analysis of transition rate and psychological risk factors. Br J Psychiatry Suppl. 43(SUPPL. 43), pp.s78-s84.
AP. Morrison, RP. Bentall, P. French, L. Walford, A. Kilcommons, et al. (2002). Randomised controlled trial of early detection and cognitive therapy for preventing transition to psychosis in high-risk individuals. British Journal of Psychiatry. 181(S43), pp.s78-s84.
E. GUTHRIE, A. WELLS, P. HAZEL, K. MACKWAY-JONES, P. MINSHULL, et al. (1999). The Manchester bombing: Providing a rational response. Journal of Mental Health. 8(2), pp.149-157.
P. French, AP. Morrison, L. Walford, A. Knight, RP. Bentall (2014). Cognitive therapy for preventing transition to psychosis in high-risk individuals: A single case study. In: A Casebook of Cognitive Therapy for Psychosis. pp.219-235.
N. Smethurst, P. French, AP. Morrison (2012). CBT for Individuals at High Risk of Developing Psychosis. In: CBT for Schizophrenia. John Wiley & Sons, Ltd, pp.57-85.
D. Fowler, P. French, J. Hodgekins, R. Lower, R. Turner, et al. (2012). CBT to Address and Prevent Social Disability in Early and Emerging Psychosis. In: CBT for Schizophrenia. John Wiley & Sons, Ltd, pp.143-167.
P. French (2011). Early Detection and Treatment Opportunities for People at High Risk of Developing Psychosis. In: Promoting Recovery in Early Psychosis. Wiley-Blackwell, pp.93-98.
P. French (2011). Conclusion: Where Next for Early Intervention. In: Promoting Recovery in Early Psychosis. Wiley-Blackwell, pp.290-291.
SE. Bowe, P. French, AP. Morrison (2008). Addressing Attenuated Symptoms in‘At Risk’ Clients. In: Working with People at High Risk of Developing Psychosis. John Wiley & Sons, Ltd, pp.111-128.
French, P. and Parker, S. Development and validation of primary care check list for people at high risk of developing psychosis. £24,000
Morrison, A.P., French, P., Birchwood, M., Gumley, A.I., Lewis, S., Bentall, R.P., Fowler, D., Jones, P.B. Davies, L., Byrne, R. & Dunn, G. MRC funded multi site clinical trial to examine the use of Cognitive Therapy to reduce the risk of transition to psychosis in High Risk individuals, EDIE 2. ‘Early detection and prevention of psychosis’ (MRC) – 42 month study starting August 2006. £1,000,000 from MRC and £600,000 treatment
costs from DoH.
Morrison, A.P., Barrowclough, C., Bentall, R.P., Dunn, G., French, P., Haddock, G., Jones, S., Kilbride, M., Pitt, L. & Tarrier, N. NIMH Programme Grant focussing on the process of recovery.‘Psychological approaches to promoting recovery from psychosis’ NIHR Programme Grant awarded august 2007. 5 year
programme funding (£2,000,000).
Fowler, French, Shepstone, Barton, Wilson, Hodgekins, Parker, Lewis, Byrne.Prevention of long term social disability amongst young people with emerging signs of severe mental illness: A randomised controlled trial of social recovery cognitive behaviour therapy for young people with emerging severe mental illness. Research costs £691,000 (2012) NIHR Health Technology Assessment.
Morrison, Gumley, Turkington, Kingdon, French, Johnston, Norrie, Schwannauer, Davies, Byrne, Barnes Cognitive Behaviour Therapy for Clozapine-Resistant Schizophrenia. £1,680,000. Treatment costs
£1,200,000 NIHR Health Technology Assessment Specific Call (2012)
Holt, McCrone, Barnard, Dickens, Davies, Laugharne, Mitchell, Shiers, Rathod, Pendlebury, Gaughran, Wright, Khunti, Yates, French, Bradburn, Mitchell, Etherington, Kendall, Hind, Carey, Millar. STEPWISE: STructured lifestyle Education for People With Schizophrenia. Research costs £1,757,357.20 Treatment costs £531,031. NIHR Health Technology Assessment (2013)
Morrison, French, Byrne, Haddad, Yung, Pitt, Hutton, Davies, Emsley, Wardle, Shiers. Cognitive behaviour therapy in comparison with antipsychotic medication and a combined intervention in adults with psychosis. NIHR Rfpb grant £291,002 (2013)
Parker, French, Bentall, Dunn, Davies, Peters, Byrne, Shiers. Cognitive behaviour therapy in comparison to treatment as usual in adults at high risk of developing bipolar disorder (Bipolar at risk): A feasibility study. NIHR RfPB grant £247,051 (2014)
Fowler, French, Shepstone, Barton, Wilson, Hodgekins, Parker, Yung, Byrne. Prevention of long term social disability amongst young people with emerging signs of severe mental illness: A randomised controlled trial of social recovery cognitive behaviour therapy for young people with emerging severe mental illness. Phase II Full trial. Research costs £1,352,327. NIHR HTA (2014)
Gumley, Ainsworth, Birchwood, Bradstreet, Briggs, Bucci, Cotton, Farhall, French, Gleeson, Lederman, Lewis, Mihalopoulos, Norrie, Schwannauer, Singh, Sundram, Thompson & Williams. EMPOWER: Early
Signs Monitoring to Prevent Relapse and PrOmote Wellbeing, Engagement and Recovery NIHR HTA (2015)
French, Morrison, Yung, Norrie, Emsley. Provision of Family Interventions to individuals with an At Risk Mental State and their families: NIHR RfPB £249,000 (2016)
Morrison, Yung, Norrie, Fowler, Freeman, Broome, French, Longden, Davies, Shiers, Emsley, Birchwood, Byrne, Peters, Liew, Pyle. Interventions for adolescents with first episode psychosis. Research costs
£617,505 Treatment costs £223,149 NIHR HTA (2017)
Jones, Perez, Murray, Lafortune, French, Rivett, Kanaan, Thomas, Byford, Heslin, Fowler, Croudace, Hodegkins, Graffy, Gilbody. Reformulation of the at-risk mental state for psychosis: Tailoring evidence-based psychological therapies in primarY care for People with severe common mental distress and Psychotic Experiences (TYPPEX) Full application in submission to NIHR PGfAR £2,496,889
Kirkbride, Osborn, Baio, Jones, Wohland-Jakhar, French. Advancing Psychiatric Mapping Translated into Innovations for Care: PsyMaptic-A. Welcome Trust Enhancement Award. Grant Reference: 101272/Z/13/A (2017)
Greenwood, Fowler, Garrety, Peters, French, Lennox, May, Hooper, Bremner, Thompson, Rathod, Johns, Law, Taylor, Nairn, de-Visser. The early youth engagement in first episode psychosis (EYE 2) study:
pragmatic cluster randomized controlled trial implementation, effectiveness & cost effectiveness of a team-based motivational engagement intervention to improve engagement NIHR HSDR Research costs £1,459,650 Treatment costs £112,349 (2018)
Yung, Varese, Davies, French, Dodgson, Byrne, Tudor Smith, Bonnett, Kirkbride, Broome, Upthegrove, Thompson and Hussain,A refined prognostic tool to better identify individuals at high risk of developing psychosis NIHR HTA Research costs £997,000 (2018)