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Does social cognition influence the relation between neurocognitive deficits and vocational functioning in schizophrenia?


Autor/in:

Vauth, Roland; Rusch, N.; Wirtz, Markus [u. a.]


Herausgeber/in:

k. A.


Quelle:

Psychiatry Research, 2004, Volume 128 (Number 2), Seite 155-165, Amsterdam: Elsevier, ISSN: 0165-1781


Jahr:

2004



Abstract:


Research on barriers to treatment and rehabilitation readiness in people with schizophrenia, especially focusing on risk factors of poor outcome in social and vocational functioning, has focused on the role of social cognition and neurocognition. Others have hypothesized that social cognition (i.e., encoding and understanding of social cues guided by social schemas or scripts) may be one mediator between basic neurocognition and functional outcome.

Our study analyzes data from 133 DSM-IV schizophrenic inpatients on a rehabilitation ward using structural equation modeling (SEM) to test whether social cognition has a stronger and more direct influence on vocational functioning than nonsocial cognition.

The results supported the hypothesized model; that is, 25% of work-related social skills could be explained by social cognition and nonsocial cognition. The direct impact of nonsocial cognition on vocational functioning was smaller than the impact of social cognition on work-related social skills. Nevertheless, an overwhelming proportion of social cognition (83%) could be explained by nonsocial cognition.


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Referenznummer:

R/ZA2294


Informationsstand: 19.10.2004

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