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Figure 2. Average Global Functioning over Time in Male and Female Patients. From: Gender Differences in Symptoms, Functioning and Social Support in Patients at Ultra-High Risk for Developing a Psychotic Disorder.

Average ratings of functioning at each time point were calculated using GAF scores from the SIPS. Female patients enrolled in the CAPPS program were found to have marginally higher levels of functioning when assessed over time, than male patients. * p < 0.10

Rachael K. Willhite, et al. Schizophr Res. ;104(1-3):237-245.
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Figure 1. Negative Symptoms over Time in Male and Female Patients. From: Gender Differences in Symptoms, Functioning and Social Support in Patients at Ultra-High Risk for Developing a Psychotic Disorder.

Total ratings of negative symptoms were obtained by adding all the ratings across six separate questions on the SIPS, thus the range of possible total scores was 0–36. Male patients enrolled in the CAPPS program were found to have more severe levels of negative symptoms when assessed over time, than female patients. ** p < 0.05

Rachael K. Willhite, et al. Schizophr Res. ;104(1-3):237-245.

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