Title: Neurocognitive enhancement therapy with vocational services

Authors: Bell, M.D., Zito, W., Greig, T., & Wexler, B.E.

Year: 2008

Summary: Cognitive exercises in combination with traditional vocational rehabilitation methods have been found to be more effective than vocational rehabilitation methods alone in obtaining vocational outcomes (e.g., employment rates, hours worked) for people diagnosed with schizophrenia. Read more.

Key Words: vocational rehabilitation, neurocognitive enhancement therapy, schizophrenia

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