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Table 4 Associations between EF and occupational functioning

From: The relations between executive functions and occupational functioning in individuals with bipolar disorder: a scoping review

Aspects of EF
Aspects of OF Employment Workperformance/adjustment Skilled job Attendance Lifetime firings
Working memory (DS, LNS, spatial span)   Jensen(2015)S+
Lee(2013)M+
Sanchez-Auteta(2018)S+
   
Planning (TOL)    Miguelez-Pan(2014)S+   Boland(2015)M+
Set shifting (TMT-B) Depp(2012)M+
Sole(2012)M+
Sole(2018)M+
Lee(2013)M +  Miguelez-Pan(2014)S+   
Inhibitory control/interference (SCWT, PGNG) Mur (2009)L+ Zubieta(2001)M+    Boland(2015)L+
Impulsivity (Bis-11)   Jimenez(2012)bS−    
Cognitive flexibility (WCST, ID/ED shift) Sole(2018)M+ Bonnin(2014)S+
O’Donnell (2016/2017)S+
Olley (2005)M+
  O’Donnell (2016/2017)S+  
Fluency (COWAT-FAS, categories) Godard(2011)M+
Martinez-Aran(2007)
S+
    
Emotion regulation/motivation Van Rheenen(2014)S+
Martínez-Camarilloc (2019)
Samalin(2016)S+    
Self-regulation   Robertson (2006)c    
Subjective EF (EXIT) Altshuler(2007)M+     
Composite EF (WCST, fluency, TMT-B, PGNGd, emotion-processingd) Drakopoulus (2020)M/L+
Ryan(2013)dM+
Lomastro (2020)L+    
  1. S small ES, M medium ES, L large ES
  2. +/−: Direction of association
  3. aOnly women
  4. b+ Impulsivity→ − WF
  5. cNo ES could be calculated