Piper Meyer-Kalos, PhD, LP

Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences

Piper Meyer-Kalos

Contact Info

psmeyer@umn.edu

Office Phone 612-625-5566

Fax 612-273-9774

Office Address:
Room 170 Peters Hall
1404 Gortner Ave
St. Paul, MN 55108
United States

Administrative Assistant Name
Natasha Hampton-Anderson

Administrative Email
nhampton@umn.edu

National Research Service Award, Mental Health and Substance Abuse Systems and Services, Cecil G. Sheps Center for Health Services Research, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

PhD, Clinical Rehabilitation Psychology, Purdue University School of Science, Indianapolis, IN

MS, Clinical Rehabilitation Psychology, Purdue University School of Science

BA, Psychology, DePauw University, Greencastle, IN

Summary

I received my BA from DePauw University and graduated from Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis with a Ph.D. in Clinical Rehabilitation Psychology in 2003. I completed an APA accredited internship at the University of Maryland Medical Center in Baltimore, Maryland, and completed a postdoctoral fellowship at the Sheps Center for Health Services Research at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. I am an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences.

My work focuses on the development of psychosocial interventions for people with early psychosis and schizophrenia. I am also interested in developing treatment approaches that integrate positive psychology approaches to enhance recovery. I was part of the development team of the NAVIGATE intervention for people with first episode psychosis and I have trained over 30 NAVIGATE teams nationally and internationally. I have over 40 publications and an h-index of 24.

I am a licensed psychologist in the states of Minnesota and North Carolina and part of the NAVIGATE team in the department’s St. Louis Park, MN, location. I provide clinical supervision for the NAVIGATE and Strengths programs. I am a member of the APA Task Force on Serious Mental Illness and Serious Emotional Disturbance. I provide clinical training in Individual Resiliency Training, Illness Management and Recovery, and positive psychology approaches for people with serious mental illness.

Within the department, I am part of the Impact and Wellbeing Council, the Wellbeing Committee, and the Advocacy Committee. I am also a member of the MinnRAP team.

Awards & Recognition

  • Clinical Rehabilitation Psychology Outstanding Master's Student Award, IUPUI, Indianapolis, IN
  • Rehabilitation Services Administration Fellowship, IUPUI, Indianapolis, IN
  • Outstanding Service Award, CREOKS Mental Health, Sapulpa, OK

Professional Associations

Association of Behavioral and Cognitive Therapy 

Research

Research Summary/Interests

Dr. Meyer-Kalos serves as Principal and Co-Investigator for several research projects. “My research is primarily focused on developing treatments for people with schizophrenia and serious mental illness,” she said. “Over the last 10 years, I’ve also become interested in first-episode psychosis.” 

Research Funding Grants

  1. NIMH-R21-MH100250-01A1: Targeting Stress Reactivity in Schizophrenia: Integrated Coping Awareness Therapy. David L. Penn, PhD, Piper Meyer-Kalos, PhD, and Diana Perkins, M.D. (Principal Investigators), 2014-2016
  2. Minnesota Department of Human Services. Develop a Center of Excellence for Mental Health Workforce. Piper Meyer-Kalos, PhD, (Principal Investigator), 2016-2017
  3. Minnesota Department of Human Services. MN DHS Conference Presentation – NAVIGATE model for First Episode Psychosis. Piper Meyer-Kalos, PhD, (Principal Investigator), 2016-2017
  4. NIMH-R33-MH100250-03: Targeting Stress Reactivity in Schizophrenia: Integrated Coping Awareness Therapy. David L Penn, PhD, Piper Meyer-Kalos, PhD, and Diana Perkins, M.D. (Principal Investigators), 2016-2020
  5. Minnesota Department of Human Services. Technical Support and Implementation for First Episode Psychosis Program. Piper Meyer-Kalos, PhD, (Principal Investigator), 2016-2020
  6. Minnesota Department of Human Services. MNCAMH Center Grant. Piper Meyer-Kalos, PhD, (Principal Investigator), 2017-2019
  7. Minnesota Department of Human Services. Community Behavioral Health Hospitals. Piper Meyer-Kalos, PhD, (Principal Investigator), 2017-2019
  8. Minnesota Department of Human Services. St. Peter Forensic Hospital Data Analysis Project. Piper Meyer-Kalos, PhD, (Principal Investigator), 2018-2019
  9. Minnesota Department of Human Services. Technical Support and Implementation for First Episode Psychosis Program. Piper Meyer-Kalos, PhD, (Principal Investigator), 2016-2019
  10. Minnesota Department of Human Services. MNCAMH Center Grant-ACT Training and Support. Piper Meyer-Kalos, PhD, (Principal Investigator), 2017-2020
  11. 1R03MH117254-01: Cognition Trajectories in Cognitive Training and Early Intervention Treatment Programs in Schizophrenia. Sophia Vinogradov, MD (Principal Investigator), Piper Meyer-Kalos, PhD (Co-Investigator), 2018-2020
  12. 1R01MH120589-01: Targeting Cognition and Motivation for Coordinated Specialty Care in Early Psychosis. Sophia Vinogradov, MD and Piper Meyer-Kalos, PhD (Principal Investigators), 2019-2024.

Publications

Publications

  1. Fulford, D., Meyer-Kalos, P. S., & Mueser, K. T. (submitted for publication). Goal-setting improves motivation in first-episode psychosis.
  2. Hardy, K., Meyer-Kalos, P., Adams, C., Elliot-Remes, R., & Gingerich, S. (submitted for publication). Psychotherapy provision in Coordinated Specialty Care Services for Individuals with First Episode Psychosis: an integrated model.
  3. Horman, P., Schooler, N., Brunette, M., Rotondi, A., Ben-Zeev, D. Gottlieb, J., Mueser, K., Achtyes, E., Gingerich, S., Marcy, P., Meyer-Kalos, P., Hauer, M., Majnu, J., Robinson, D., & Kane, J. (2019). Health technology program for preventing relapses and hospitalizations in schizophrenia. bioRxiv, 626663.
  4. Browne, J., Mueser, K.T., Meyer-Kalos, P., Gottlieb, J., Estroff, S., & Penn, D. L. (2019). The therapeutic alliance in individual resiliency training for first episode psychosis: Relationship with treatment outcomes and therapy participation. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 87(8), 734.
  5. Achtyes, E. D., Ben-Zeev, D., Luo, Z., Mayle, H., Burke, B., Rotondi, A. J., Gottlieb, J., Brunette, M., Mueser, K., Gingerich, S., Meyer-Kalos, P. S., Marcy, P., Schooler, N., Robinson, D., & Kane, J. (2019). Off-hours use of a smartphone intervention to extend support for individuals with schizophrenia spectrum disorders recently discharged from a psychiatric hospital. Schizophrenia research.
  6. Browne, J., Bass, E., Mueser, K. T., Meyer-Kalos, P., Gottlieb, J. D., Estroff, S. E., & Penn, D. L. (2018). Client predictors of the therapeutic alliance in individual resiliency training for first episode psychosis. Schizophrenia research, 206, 200-208.
  7. Mueser, K. T., Meyer-Kalos, P. S., Glynn, S. M., Lynde, D.W., Robinson, D. G., Gingerich, S., Penn, D. L., Cather, C., Gottlieb, J. D., Marcy, P., Wiseman, J., Potretzke, S., Brunette, M. F., Schooler, N. R., Addington, J., Rosenheck, R. A., Estroff, S. E., Kane, J. M. (2018). Implementation and fidelity assessment of the NAVIGATE treatment program for first episode psychosis in a multi-site study. Schizophrenia research.
  8. Meyer-Kalos, P. S., Ludwig, K. A., Gaylord, S. A., Perkins, D. O., Grewen, K. M., Palsson, O. S., Burchinal, M., & Penn, D. L. (2018). Enhancing stress reactivity and wellbeing in early schizophrenia: A pilot study of individual coping awareness therapy (I-CAT). Schizophrenia research, 201, 413-414.
  9. Cather, C., Brunette, M. F., Mueser, K. T., Babbin, S. F., Rosenheck, R., Correll, C. U., & Kalos-Meyer, P. (2018). Impact of comprehensive treatment for first episode psychosis on substance use outcomes: A randomized controlled trial. Psychiatry research, 268, 303-311.
  10. Browne, J., Estroff, S. E., Ludwig, K., Merritt, C., Meyer-Kalos, P., Mueser, K. T. & Penn, D. L. (2018). Character strengths of individuals with first episode psychosis in Individual Resiliency Training. Schizophrenia research, 195, 448-454.
  11. Brunette, M. F., Mueser, K. T., Babbin, S., Meyer-Kalos, P., Rosenheck, R., Correll, C. U.& Addington, J. (2018). Demographic and clinical correlates of substance use disorders in first episode psychosis. Schizophrenia research, 194, 4-12.
  12. Mueser, K. T., Glynn, S. M., & Meyer‐Kalos, P. S. (2017). What are the key ingredients of optimal psychosocial treatment for persons recovering from a first episode of psychosis? World Psychiatry, 16(3), 266-267.
  13. Browne, J., Penn, D. L., Meyer-Kalos, P. S., Mueser, K. T., Estroff, S. E., Brunette, M. F., ... & Robinson, D. G. (2017). Psychological well-being and mental health recovery in the NIMH RAISE early treatment program. Schizophrenia research, 185, 167-172.
  14. Meyer-Kalos, P. S., Lee, M. G., Studer, L. M., Line, T. A., & Fisher, C. M. (2017). Opportunities for Integrating Physical Health Within Assertive Community Treatment Teams: Results from Practitioner Focus Groups. Community Mental Health Journal, 53(3), 306-315.
  15. Baumel, A., Correll, C.U., Hauser, M., Brunette, M.F., Rotondi, A., Ben-Zeev, D., Gottlieb, J.D., Mueser, K.T., Achtyes, E.D., Schooler, N.R., Robinson, D.G., Gingerich, S., Marcy, P., Meyer, P.S., Kane, J.M. (2016). Health Technology Intervention After Hospitalization for Schizophrenia: Service Utilization and User Satisfaction. Psychiatric Services, 67(9), 1035-1038.
  16. Browne, J., Edwards, A. N., Penn, D. L., Meyer‐Kalos, P. S., Gottlieb, J. D., Julian, P., & Kane, J. M. (2016). Factor structure of therapist fidelity to individual resiliency training in the Recovery After an Initial Schizophrenia Episode Early Treatment Program. Early Intervention in Psychiatry.
  17. Brunette, M., Rotondi, A.J., Ben-Zeev, D., Gottlieb, J.D., Mueser, K.T., Robinson, D.G., Achtyes, E.D.,Gingerich, S., Marcy,P., Schooler, N.R., Meyer, P.S., Kane, J.M. (2016). Coordinated Technology-Delivered Treatment to Prevent Rehospitalization in Schizophrenia: A Novel Model of Care. Psychiatric services, 67(4), 444-447.
  18. Kane, J. M., Robinson, D. G., Schooler, N. R., Mueser, K. T., Penn, D. L., Rosenheck, R. A., Addington, J., Brunette, M. F., Correll, C. U., Estroff, S. E., Marcy, P., Robinson, J., Meyer-Kalos, P. S., Gottlieb, J. D., Glynn, S. M., Lynde, D.W., Pipes, R., Kurian, B. T., Miller, A. L., Azrin, S. T., Goldstein, A. B., Severe, J., Lin, H., Kyaw, J., Majnu, J., Heinssen, R. K. (2016). Comprehensive versus usual care for first episode psychosis: Two-year outcomes from the NIMH RAISE early treatment program. American Journal of Psychiatry, 173(4), 362-372.
  19. Meyer, P. S., Gottlieb, J. D., Penn, D., Mueser, K. T., & Gingerich, S. (2015). Individual resiliency training (IRT): An early intervention approach to enhance well-being in persons with first episode psychosis. Psychiatric Annals, 45(11), 554-560.
  20. Mueser, K.T., Penn, D.L., Addington, J., Brunette, M.F., Gingerich, S., Glynn, S.M., Lynde, D.W., Gottlieb, J.D., Meyer-Kalos, P.S., McGurk, S.R., Cather, C., Saade, S., Robinson, D. G., Schooler, N.R., Rosenheck, R.A., & Kane, J.M. (2015). The NAVIGATE program for first episode psychosis: Rationale, overview, and description of psychosocial components. Psychiatric Services, 66(7), 680-690.
  21. Krentzman, A.R., Hassett, A.L., Mannella, K.A., Barnett, N., Cranford, J.A., Brower, K.J., Higgins, M.M., & Meyer, P.S. (2015). Feasibility, Acceptability, and Impact of a Web-based Gratitude Exercise among Individuals in Outpatient Treatment for Alcohol Use Disorders. The Journal of Positive Psychology, 10(6), 477-488. Doi: 10.1080/17439760.2015.1015158
  22. Parks, A., Kleiman, E. M., Kashdan, T. B., Hausmann, L. R. M., Meyer, P. S., Day, A. M., Spillane, N.S., & Kahler, C. W. (2014). Positive Psychotherapeutic and Behavioral Interventions. In Jeste and Palmer, (eds.) Positive Psychiatry, A Clinical Handbook. American Psychiatric Press.
  23. Romeo, K. H., Meyer, P. S., Johnson, D., & Penn, D. L. (2014). An investigation of the relationship between therapist characteristics and alliance in group therapy for individuals with treatment-resistant auditory hallucinations. Journal of Mental Health, 23(4), 166-170
  24. Buck, B., Ludwig, K., Meyer, P. S., Penn, D. (2014). The use of narrative sampling in the assessment of social cognition: The Narrative of Emotions Task (NET). Psychiatry Research, 217(3), 233-239.
  25. Meyer, P. S., Johnson, D., Parks, A., Iwanski, C., Penn, D. (2012). Positive living: pilot study of group positive psychotherapy for people with schizophrenia. Journal of Positive Psychology, 7(3), 239-248.
  26. Johnson, D.J., Penn, D.L., Fredrickson, B., Kring, A., Meyer, P., Brantley, M. (2011). Loving-kindness meditation for schizophrenia. Schizophrenia Research, 129(2/3), 137-140.
  27. Meyer, P. S. & Mueser, K. T. (2011). Resiliency in persons with severe mental illness. In Southwick, Litz, Charney, Friedman, (eds.) Resilience and Mental Health: Responding to challenges across the lifespan. Cambridge University Press.
  28. Garland, E. L., Fredrickson, B., Kring, A. M., Johnson, D. J., Meyer, P. S., Penn, D. L. (2010). Upward spirals of positive emotions counter downward spirals of negativity: Insights from the broaden-and-build theory and affective neuroscience on the treatment of emotion dysfunctions and deficits in psychopathology. Clinical Psychology Review, 30(7), 849-864.
  29. Meyer, P. S., Mueser, K. T., Gingerich, S. (2010). A guide for the implementation and clinical practice of Illness Management and Recovery for people with schizophrenia. In Rubin, A. and Springer, D. (eds.) Psychosocial treatment for schizophrenia. John Wiley & Sons.
  30. Penn, D. L., Keefe, R. S., Davis, S. M., Meyer, P. S., Perkins, D. O., Losardo, D., Lieberman, J. A., (2009). The effects of antipsychotic medications on emotion perception in patients with chronic schizophrenia in the CATIE trial. Schizophrenia Research, 115 (1), 17-23.
  31. Penn, D. L., Meyer, P. S., Evans, E., Cai, K., Wirth, R. J., Burchinal, M. (2009). A randomized controlled trial of group cognitive behavior therapy versus enhanced supportive therapy for auditory hallucinations. Schizophrenia Research, 109 (1-3), 52-59.
  32. Johnson, D.J., Penn, D.L., Fredrickson, B., Kring, A., Meyer, P., Brantley, M. (2009). Loving-kindness meditation to enhance the psychological recovery of individuals with persistent negative symptoms of schizophrenia: A case study. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 65(5), 499-509.
  33. Johnson, D. P., Penn, D. L., Bauer, D. J., Meyer, P., Evans, E. (2008). Predictors of the therapeutic alliance in group therapy for individuals with treatment-resistant auditory hallucinations. British Journal of Clinical Psychology 47(2), 171-183.
  34. Morrissey, J. P., Meyer, P. S., Cuddeback, G. (2007). Extending ACT to criminal justice settings: Origins, evidence, and future directions. Community Mental Health Journal 43(5), 527-544.
  35. Meyer, P.S. & Morrissey, J. P. (2007). Assertive community treatment, intensive case management, and the paradox of rural mental health services. Psychiatric Services 58(1), 121-127.
  36. Cuddeback, G., Morrissey, J. P., Meyer, P. S. (2006). How many assertive community treatment teams do we need? Psychiatric Services 57(12), 1803-1806.
  37. Mueser, K. T., Meyer, P. S., Penn, D. L., Clancy, R., Clancy, D. M., Salyers, M. P. (2006). The Illness Management and Recovery program: Rationale, development, and preliminary findings. Schizophrenia Bulletin, 32, S32-S43.
  38. Evans, J. D., Bond, G. R., Meyer, P. S., Kim, H. W., Lysaker, P. H., Gibson, P. J., Tunis, S. (2004). Cognitive and clinical predictors of success in vocational rehabilitation in schizophrenia. Schizophrenia Research, 70(2-3), 331-342.
  39. Bond, G. R., Kim, H. W., Meyer, P. S., Gibson, P. J., Tunis, S., Evans, J. D., Lysaker, P. (2004) Response to vocational rehabilitation during treatment with first- or second-generation antipsychotics. Psychiatric Services, 55(1), 59-66.
  40. Bond, G. R., Kim, H. W., Meyer, P. S., Gibson, P. J., Tunis, S., Evans, J. D., Lysaker, P., McCoy, M. L., Dincin, J., Xie, H. (2004). Response to Vocational Rehabilitation During Treatment with First- or Second-Generation Antipsychotics. Psychiatric Services, 55, 59-66.
  41. Salyers, M. P., Evans, L. J., Bond, G. R., Meyer, P. S. (2004). Barriers to assessment and treatment of posttraumatic stress disorder and other trauma-related problems in people with severe mental illness: Clinician perspectives. Community Mental Health Journal, 40, 17-31.
  42. Meyer, P. S., Bond, G. R., Tunis, S. L., McCoy, M. L. (2002). Comparison between atypical and traditional antipsychotics in work status for clients in a psychiatric rehabilitation program. Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, 63, 108-116.
  43. Lysaker, P.H., Meyer, P.S., Evans, J.E., Clements, C.A. & Marks, K.A. (2001) Psychosocial correlates of childhood sexual trauma in schizophrenia. Psychiatric Services, 52, 1485- 1488.
  44. Lysaker, P.H., Meyer, P.S., Evans, J.E., & Marks, K.A. (2001). Neurocognitive correlates of self -reported sexual abuse in schizophrenia spectrum disorders. Annals of Clinical Psychiatry, 13, 89-92.
  45. Bond, G.R. & Meyer, P. S. (1999). The role of medications in the employment of people with schizophrenia. Journal of Rehabilitation, 65(4), 9-16.

Presentations

  1. Meyer-Kalos, P.S., Coudray, C., Wright-Martin, J., Gingerich, S., & Glynn, S. (October 2018). Creating Innovative Solutions for First Episode Psychosis Treatment: Developing Strategies to Enhance Family Member Engagement in Treatment. Poster at International Early Mental Health Association.
  2. Curran, S., Dalhoe, M., & Meyer-Kalos, P.S. (October 2018). Implementing Evidence Based
  3. Care for FEP: Benchmarking Components of Coordinated Specialty Care Against RCT's. Poster at International Early Mental Health Association.
  4. Janssen, M., Mueser, K., Heinssen, R., Meyer-Kalos, P.S., Glynn, S., & Breitborde, N. (August, 6.2018). Evidence-based interventions for first episode psychosis: RAISE-ETP and beyond. Symposium at American Psychological Association.
  5. Glynn, S., Gingerich, S., Meyer-Kalos, P.S., & Mueser, K. (April, 2018). Who participated in family work in the US RAISE-ETP first episode sample? Poster at Schizophrenia International Research Society Congress.
  6. Meyer-Kalos, P.S., Wright-Martin, J., Gingerich, S., Glynn, S. (April, 2018). Expanding the reach of NAVIGATE CSC programs across the U.S.: What do we know?. Poster at Schizophrenia International Research Society Congress.
  7. Meyer-Kalos, P.S., Gurak, K., Zarate, R., Brown, C. A., Weisman, A. G. (November 2017). From Engagement to Treatment: The Role of Culture and Race in the Treatment of Psychosis. Symposium at the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies.
  8. Meyer, P. S. (May 2015). The Minnesota approach to integrated care: Integrated illness management and recovery on ACT teams. Symposium at American Psychiatric Association.
  9. Meyer, P. S. (May 2015). The implementation of individual resiliency training (IRT). Symposium at American Psychiatric Association.
  10. Meyer, P. S. (May 2015). Positive psychotherapeutic and behavioral interventions. Symposium at American Psychiatric Association.
  11. Meyer, P.S., (July 2011). Positive Living: A pilot study of group positive psychotherapy for people with schizophrenia. Symposium at Second World Congress on Positive Psychology.
  12. Meyer, P.S., Johnson, D., Penn, D. L. (November 2009). Positive living: An adaptation of group positive psychotherapy for people with psychotic disorders. Symposium at the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies.
  13. Meyer, P.S., Penn, D.L., Roberts, D., Koren, D. (November 2008). The relationship between metacognition, social cognition, and social functioning in schizophrenia. Poster presentation at the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies.
  14. Johnson, D., Penn, D., Meyer, P., Fredrickson, B., Kring, A., Brantley, M. (November 2008). Loving kindness group meditation for the negative symptoms of schizophrenia. Poster presentation at the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies.
  15. Meyer, P.S., Penn, D.L., Evans, E., Cai, K., Burchinal, M. (November 2007) A randomized controlled trial of group CBT and supportive therapy for auditory hallucinations. Poster presentation at the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies.
  16. Meyer, P.S., Penn, D., Mueser, K., Waldheter, E. (April 2005). A pilot study of Illness Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies.
  17. Meyer, P.S., Penn, D., Mueser, K., Waldheter, E. (April 2005). A pilot study of illness management and recovery for persons with psychotic disorders. Poster presentation at the International Congress on Schizophrenia Research.
  18. Meyer, P.S. & Morrissey, J. P. (June 2004). Overlooked Obstacles in Disseminating Assertive Community Treatment in Rural Settings. Poster presentation at the NIMH Trainees Research Conference.
  19. Meyer, P.S., Gearon, J., Bellack, A., & Brown, C. (March 2003). The Relationship Between Traumatic Life Events and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder in Substance Abusing Women with Schizophrenia. Poster presentation at the International Congress on Schizophrenia Research.
  20. Bond, G.R., Meyer, P.S., Kim, H., Marks, K. & Tunis, S.L. (February 2001). The promise of new antipsychotics and psychiatric rehabilitation for improving work outcomes: Why haven’t state mental health systems embraced best practices? Oral presentation at the NASMHPD Eleventh Annual Conference on State Mental Health Agency Services Research, Program Evaluation.
  21. Kim, H.W., Tunis, S.L., Bond, G.R., Marks, K.A., & Meyer, P.S. (2001). Psychiatric Symptoms & Adverse Events Commonly Reported During Antipsychotic Treatment for Individuals with Schizophrenia Participating in Psychiatric Rehabilitation Programs. Poster presentation at the Annual Convention of the American Psychiatric Association.
  22. Lysaker, P.H., Evans, J.D., Kim, H.W., Marks, K.A., Meyer, P.S., Tunis. S.L., & Bond, G.R. (2001). Symptoms and work performance in schizophrenia. Poster presentation at the International Congress of Schizophrenia.
  23. Meyer, P. S., Kim, H. W., Bond, G. R., Tunis, S., McCoy, M., & Dincin, J. (October 2000). Impact of Antipsychotic Medications on Vocational Outcomes for Persons with Schizophrenia. Oral presentation at the MRI/UPENN Rehabilitation and Research Training Center 4th Biennial Research Seminar on Work.
  24. Meyer, P., Bond, G. R., Herbeck, D., McCoy, T., and Rowan, D. (May 1999). The promise of newer antipsychotics: Implications for social and vocational outcomes. Workshop presented at International Association of Psychosocial Rehabilitation Services. Minneapolis, MN.
  25. Meyer, P. S., Bond, G. R., McCoy, T., Herbeck, D., Rowan, D., and Tunis, S. (April 1999). The influence of atypical antipsychotics on work outcomes. Poster presented at the International Congress on Schizophrenia Research, Santa Fe, NM.