Jessica Wojtalik pens article in "Journal of Clinical Child & Adolescent Psychology"

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Jessica Wojtalik, assistant professor at the Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, penned a research article published in January by the Journal of Clinical Child & Adolescent Psychology

The article, titled “Premorbid Sociality Moderates Social Adjustment Change during Cognitive Enhancement Therapy for Adults with Early Schizophrenia,” demonstrates that cognitive remediation approaches for early-course schizophrenia are promising interventions for improving social adjustment. Premorbid sociality is a potentially important moderator of social adjustment response to cognitive remediation and may serve to personalize such interventions. 

Read the article.

This story appeared in The Daily on March 16, 2022.