The investigations performed by Roder et al. [28, 29] indicate that integrated psychological therapy (IPT) is an effective rehabilitation approach for schizophrenia that is robust across a wide range of patient characteristics and treatment conditions. The authors highlight that the cognitive and social subprograms of IPT may work in a synergistic manner, thereby enhancing durability of therapy effects and improving functional recovery. In a meta-analysis performed by Grynszpan et al. , computer-assisted cognitive remediation.