Comparing time use in individuals at different stages of psychosis and a non-clinical comparison group.

  title={Comparing time use in individuals at different stages of psychosis and a non-clinical comparison group.},
  author={Jo Hodgekins and Paul French and Max Birchwood and Miranda Mugford and Rose Christopher and Max Marshall and Linda Everard and Helen E Lester and Peter B. Jones and T. G. Amos and Swaran Singh and Vimal Kumar Sharma and Anthony P. Morrison and David Fowler},
  journal={Schizophrenia research},
  volume={161 2-3},
Social functioning difficulties are a common and disabling feature of psychosis and have also been identified in the prodromal phase. However, debate exists about how such difficulties should be defined and measured. Time spent in structured activity has previously been linked to increased psychological wellbeing in non-clinical samples and may provide a useful way of assessing social functioning in clinical settings. The current study compared hours in structured activity, assessed with the… CONTINUE READING
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