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Prevalence of Psychotic Symptoms: In Reply
Carl I. Cohen, M.D.; Leslie Marino, M.D., M.P.H.
Psychiatric Services 2014; doi: 10.1176/appi.ps.650203r
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In Reply: We greatly appreciate Mr. DeVylder’s thoughtful comments. Although we had vetted our analysis with the University of Michigan staff members who manage the CPES, the two methodological points that Mr. DeVylder identified were not recognized by them or us. With respect to the underweighting of the overall sample, it was difficult to determine to what extent it would have changed the results if the sample had been properly weighted. However, the fact that the missing persons were from the NCS-R study, which had a greater number of white respondents, suggests that the overall national lifetime prevalence of psychoses might be slightly lower if the missing persons had rates of psychoses similar to rates for the NCS-R white respondents who were included.

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