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Focusing on the definition, scope, and role of psychiatry today, the author discusses whether psychiatry is primarily medical, whether it is overstepping its boundaries in attempting to treat problems of living, and whether it is too involved with social questions. On the basis of an examination...
The authors compared treatment results for 141 schizophrenic patients randomly assigned to short-term or long-term hospitalization. Test results indicated that the long-term group was functioning significantly better one year after admission according to global measures only. The authors caution...
A total of 175 newly admitted inpatients who lived with their families were randomly assigned to three treatment groups: standard inpatient care and brief hospitalization with and without transitional day care. Case reports of 6 of the 9 patients considered "study failures" illustrate that...
This statement, a revision of a previously approved statement (published in the August 1971 issue), was approved by the Assembly of District Branches at its November 4-5, 1975, meeting and by the Board of Trustees at its December 5-6, 1975, meeting. The revision was recommended by the Council on...
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