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A measure of the degree of warmth or hostility in a relationship between two people, assessed when one person is talking about the other. High levels of criticism and hostility from family members can worsen the prognosis of mentally ill patients, especially in schizophrenia; increased expressed emotion may be addressed with specialized family therapy.

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