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2 More on Connecting the Dots Between Stigma and Mental Illness
3 It’s Time to Connect the Dots Between Stigma and Violence
4 'Kendra's Law Directly Results in Reduced Crime and Violence'
5 New Study Confirms Effectiveness of Assisted Outpatient Treatment in Decreasing Arrest Rate of Psych
6 Outpatient Care for Individuals with Severe Mental Illnesses Reduces Crime, Say Researchers
7 A Follow-up of Chronic Patients Committed to Outpatient Treatment
8 Can Involuntary Outpatient Commitment Reduce Hospital Readmissions?
9 Can Involuntary Outpatient Commitment Reduce Hospital Recidivism?
10 Outpatient Commitment for "Revolving Door" Patients: Compliance and Treatment
11 Awareness of Illness in Schizophrenia and Schizoaffective and Mood Disorders
12 Straining America's Libraries
13 Awareness of Illness in Schizophrenia
14 Unawareness of Illness and Neuropsychological Performance in Chronic Schizophrenia
15 Poor Insight in Schizophrenia: Neuropsychological and Defensive Aspects
16 Consumers' Perceptions of Assisted Treatment
17 Fact Sheet: Myths About Kendra's Law
18 Anosognosia Keeps Patients From Realizing They're Ill - Article
19 Psychosocial Treatment Compliance in Schizophrenia - Article
20 Assisted Outpatient Treatment - Backgrounder
21 A National Survey of the Use of Outpatient Commitment
22 What do Consumers Really Think About Assisted Outpatient Treatment?
23 MRI Brain Scan: Schizophrenia in Identical Twins
24 Report of the Bellevue Hospital Center Outpatient Commitment Pilot Program
25 Assisted outpatient treatment: Results from New York's Kendra's Law
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