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Received in revised form: June 20, 1988
Received: May 2, 1988The authors express their gratitude to Sun Hwang, Ruth Roelke, Dan Sohlden, and especially Donna Gaier for their assistance with the data collection and analysis. The data were collected in the UCLA Clinical Research Center for the Study of Schizophrenia (Robert P. Liberman, P.I.) at Camarillo State Hospital.
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