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The authors surveyed 34 patients with obsessive-compulsive disorder for a history of seasonal variations in symptoms and behavior and treated six of these patients with bright light. Overall, the patients with obsessive-compulsive disorder did not report a greater degree of seasonal variations...
OBJECTIVE: The authors seek to clarify, from both an epidemiologic and genetic perspective, the major risk factors for bulimia nervosa and to understand the relationship between narrowly defined bulimia and bulimia-like syndromes. METHOD: Personal structured psychiatric interviews were conducted...
OBJECTIVE: Clinical reports suggest that many adults who engage in self- destructive behavior have childhood histories of trauma and disrupted parental care. This study explored the relations between childhood trauma, disrupted attachment, and self-destruction, using both historical and...
OBJECTIVE: Cross-cultural psychiatric research has suffered from many methodological shortcomings. To answer some of these shortcomings, the present study compared rates of psychiatric disorders in Taiwan and the United States by combining data from both countries into a single data set. METHOD:...
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