Cognitive and symptom predictors of work outcomes for clients with schizophrenia in supported employment.

@article{McGurk2003CognitiveAS,
  title={Cognitive and symptom predictors of work outcomes for clients with schizophrenia in supported employment.},
  author={Susan Regina McGurk and Kim T Mueser and Phil D Harvey and Richard LaPuglia and Joan Marder},
  journal={Psychiatric services},
  year={2003},
  volume={54 8},
  pages={
          1129-35
        }
}
OBJECTIVES This study examined the relationships of measures of cognitive functioning and psychiatric symptoms with work outcomes and use of vocational services for clients with schizophrenia in a supported employment program. METHODS Thirty clients who were newly enrolled in a supported employment program were evaluated with cognitive and symptom measures at program entry and two years later. The clients' amounts of competitive work, wages earned, on-job support, and contact with employment… CONTINUE READING
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