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Values in First-Episode Schizophrenia

The Canadian Journal of Psyachaitry . 2015. Vol. 60. No. 11. P. 507-514.
Agid O., McDonald K., Fervaha G., LITTRELL Romie Frederick, Thoma J., Zipursky R., Foussias G., Remington G.

Functional impairment continues to represent a major challenge in schizophrenia. Surprisingly, patients with schizophrenia report a level of happiness comparable with control subjects, even in the face of the prominent functional deficits, a finding at odds with evidence indicating a positive relation between happiness and level of functioning. In attempting to reconcile these findings, we chose to examine the issue of values, defined as affectively infused criteria or motivational goals used to select and justify actions, people, and the self, as values are related to both happiness and functioning.