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Factor structure of the Brief Psychiatric Rating Scale in schizophrenia
The authors report the results of a confirmatory factor analysis of symptoms assessed with the Brief Psychiatric Rating Scale (BPRS) in a sample of 474 patients with schizophrenia, replicated in anExpand
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Assertive Community Treatment for People with Severe Mental Illness
This article describes the critical ingredients of the assertive community treatment (ACT) model for people with severe mental illness and then reviews the evidence regarding its effectiveness andExpand
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You're Only as Pretty as You Feel: Facial Expression as a Determinant of Physical Attractiveness
Photos of IS target persons posing happy, neutral, and sad facial expressions were rated for facial attractiveness using paired comparisons and Likert scales. Half the raters were instructed toExpand
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Effectiveness of Psychiatric Rehabilitation Approaches for Employment of People with Severe Mental Illness
The authors review studies of (a) traditional psychiatric rehabilitation (including clubhouse programs and approaches offering an array of employment options) and (b) supported employment approachesExpand
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Comprar Principles and Practice of Psychiatric Rehabilitation: An Empirical Approach | Patrick W Corrigan | 9781606233443 | Guilford Press
Tienda online donde Comprar Principles and Practice of Psychiatric Rehabilitation: An Empirical Approach al precio 44,95 € de Patrick W Corrigan | Kim T Mueser | Gary R Bond, tienda de Libros deExpand
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Signs and symptoms of schizophrenia include false perceptions called hallucinations. Auditory hallucinations of voices are the most common hallucinations in schizophrenia, but affected individualsExpand
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Psychosocial treatment approaches for schizophrenia
Significant advances have been made in the psychosocial treatment of schizophrenia and other severe mental illnesses. Research provides the strongest support for six different interventions: theExpand
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Comorbidity: What Have We Learned and Where Are We Going?
Substantial progress has been made in recent years in the recognition and treatment of comorbid mental, substance abuse, and health disorders. In this article, we summarize this progress and considerExpand
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A process analysis of integrated and non-integrated approaches to supported employment
Objective: For many years, vocational and clinical services for persons with severe mental illness have been separated (i.e., non-integrated) in the United States. Recent research on supportedExpand
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Validation of a short version of the Camberwell Family Interview.
The validation of a short version of the Camberwell Family Interview (CFI) for the assessment of expressed emotion (EE) in family members with a schizophrenic relative is described
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