Predictors Description
Age Age in years  
Sex 1: Female ; 0: Male
Mstatus Marital Status, 1: Married or Common-law; 0: Otherwise
CoMorbid Number of co-morbid diagnoses
Duration Number of years since first diagnosis
Lifetime Lifetime days in hospital
Jail    Ever in jail, 1: No; 0: Yes
EmpSC CCAR employment subscale. 1: Employed (full-time or part-time); 0: Otherwise 
SubSC   CCAR substance use subscale. A larger score associates with a higher level of substance abuse.
FunSC   CCAR functioning subscale. A larger score associates with a lower level of functioning. 
ACTmo   Total service use: number of months in ACT  
Medtype Medications prescribed: number of medication categories 
Contacts Intensity of contacts: average number of contacts per month by ACT staff
DACTS   Fidelity of team to ACT model: Dartmouth ACT Scale 
        A larger score associates with a higher level of fidelity to ACT model 
WAI     Therapeutic alliance: Working Alliance Inventory
  A larger score associates with a higher level of alliance between patient and therapist
PSE Insight into psychosis: Present State Exam-insight score. 1: Limited insight; 0: Full insight 
EMP Empowerment scale
  A higher score associates with a higher level of client's participation in their recovery 
DAI Satisfaction with medications: Drug Attitude Inventory
        A higher score associates with a higher level of client's satisfaction with medication    
MEDC    Medication compliance: Adherence to medication scale                                      
        A higher score associates with a lower level of client's adherence to medication          
Table 4: Potential predictive factors in ACT project.