Mark Salzer
Mark Salzer
Professor of Social and Behavioral Sciences, Temple University
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Examining the factor structure of the recovery assessment scale
PW Corrigan, M Salzer, RO Ralph, Y Sangster, L Keck
Schizophrenia bulletin 30 (4), 1035-1041, 2004
5802004
Efficacy of nurse telehealth care and peer support in augmenting treatment of depression in primary care
EM Hunkeler, JF Meresman, WA Hargreaves, B Fireman, WH Berman, ...
Archives of Family Medicine 9 (8), 700, 2000
5692000
Role of social disadvantage in crime, joblessness, and homelessness among persons with serious mental illness
J Draine, MS Salzer, DP Culhane, TR Hadley
Psychiatric Services 53 (5), 565-573, 2002
5152002
Identifying consumer-provider benefits in evaluations of consumer-delivered services.
MS Salzer, SL Shear
Psychiatric rehabilitation journal 25 (3), 281, 2002
2632002
A comparative study of campus experiences of college students with mental illnesses versus a general college sample
MS Salzer
Journal of American College Health 60 (1), 1-7, 2012
2282012
Who joins support groups among parents of children with autism?
DS Mandell, MS Salzer
Autism 11 (2), 111-122, 2007
2262007
Consumer-delivered services as a best practice in mental health care delivery and the development of practice guidelines: Mental Health Association of Southeastern Pennsylvania …
MS Salzer
Psychiatric Rehabilitation Skills 6 (3), 355-382, 2002
192*2002
Accounting for unemployment among people with mental illness
RC Baron, MS Salzer
Behavioral sciences & the law 20 (6), 585-599, 2002
1872002
Use of vocational rehabilitative services among adults with autism
L Lawer, E Brusilovskiy, MS Salzer, DS Mandell
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 39 (3), 487-494, 2009
1842009
Familiarity with and use of accommodations and supports among postsecondary students with mental illnesses
MS Salzer, LC Wick, JA Rogers
Psychiatric services 59 (4), 370-375, 2008
1802008
Clinical outcome, consumer satisfaction, and ad hoc ratings of improvement in children's mental health.
W Lambert, MS Salzer, L Bickman
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 66 (2), 270, 1998
1761998
Validating the empowerment scale with a multisite sample of consumers of mental health services
ES Rogers, RO Ralph, MS Salzer
Psychiatric Services 61 (9), 933-936, 2010
1652010
Certified peer specialist roles and activities: Results from a national survey
MS Salzer, E Schwenk, E Brusilovskiy
Psychiatric Services 61 (5), 520-523, 2010
1602010
Internet peer support for individuals with psychiatric disabilities: a randomized controlled trial
K Kaplan, MS Salzer, P Solomon, E Brusilovskiy, P Cousounis
Social science & medicine 72 (1), 54-62, 2011
1432011
Consumer empowerment in mental health organizations: Concept, benefits, and impediments
MS Salzer
Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services …, 1997
1401997
Research to improve the quality of care for depression: alternatives to the simple randomized clinical trial
TR TenHave, J Coyne, M Salzer, I Katz
General Hospital Psychiatry 25 (2), 115-123, 2003
1302003
What information do clinicians value for monitoring adolescent client progress and outcomes?
L Bickman, J Rosof-Williams, MS Salzer, W Summerfelt, K Noser, ...
Professional Psychology: Research and Practice 31 (1), 70, 2000
1272000
A randomized, controlled study of Internet peer‐to‐peer interactions among women newly diagnosed with breast cancer
MS Salzer, SC Palmer, K Kaplan, E Brusilovskiy, T Ten Have, ...
Psycho‐Oncology 19 (4), 441-446, 2010
1252010
Peer support for persons with co-occurring disorders and community tenure: a survival analysis.
SY Min, J Whitecraft, AB Rothbard, MS Salzer
Psychiatric rehabilitation journal 30 (3), 207, 2007
1252007
From adherence to self-determination: Evolution of a treatment paradigm for people with serious mental illnesses
PW Corrigan, B Angell, L Davidson, SC Marcus, MS Salzer, P Kottsieper, ...
Psychiatric Services 63 (2), 169-173, 2012
1182012
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