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Pathways Between Internalized Stigma and Outcomes Related to Recovery in Schizophrenia Spectrum Disorders

Philip T. Yanos, David Roe, Keith Markus, and Paul H. Lysaker

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The mechanisms by which internalized stigma affects outcomes related to recovery among people with severe mental illness have yet to be explicitly studied. This study empirically evaluated a model for how internalized stigma affects important outcomes related to recovery.

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Philip T. Yanos, David Roe, Keith Markus, and Paul H. Lysaker. 2008. Pathways Between Internalized Stigma and Outcomes Related to Recovery in Schizophrenia Spectrum Disorders. Psychiatric Services, 59(12).

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Contributed on 6/13/2013

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