Schizophrenia and employment from the perspective of the vocational rehabilitation specialist / by Kristen Laib.Material type: TextSeries: University of Texas at Tyler thesesPublisher: Tyler, Tex.: University of Texas at Tyler, 2010Subject(s): Schizophrenia | Mentally ill -- Rehabilitation | Vocational rehabilitationDissertation note: Thesis (M.S. ) - University of Texas at Tyler, 2010.
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Thesis (M.S. ) - University of Texas at Tyler, 2010.
References: leaves 44-51.