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Another reason is that scrutinizing patient symptoms may enhance risk assessment. For example, Yang and Mulvey (2012) argue for the relevance of assessing subjective experiences of patients for further development of structured assessment methods. They emphasize studies showing that individuals with poor coping strategies for fluctuations in emotional distress have a larger risk of conducting violent acts than persons with similar psychotic symptoms. Accordingly, they recommend examination of the individual’s first-person perspective to enhance the predictive validity of dynamic risk factors but could be extended to staff reporting of outcomes.