However, 23 (31%) did not have schizophrenia at the time of intake into our longitudinal study: 15 had an intake diagnosis of schizophreniform disorder, two had schizotypal personality disorder, two had substance-induced psychotic disorder, one had major depressive disorder with psychotic features, and three had psychotic disorder not otherwise specified. This important information had been in the original manuscript but was inadvertently deleted in subsequent revisions. We apologize for having misled Dr. McGorry et al. and other readers into thinking we had excluded patients with schizophreniform disorder. Our assertion that our findings "bode well for patients" referred to the weak associations between lengthy duration of untreated psychosis and poor outcome, not to the poor quality of life at 6 months per se.