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The authors report on 37 referrals seen for psychiatric consultation during visits to various islands in Micronesia. A large number demonstrated either organic mental disorders or con tributory medical illnesses. Observed differences between males and females are examined. In such cross-cultural...
Using ethnographic research methods in a sample of institutionalized male schizophrenics, an emic typology of patient social indentities was derived. Interview and observational data yielded three general status classes comprising thirteen associated identities: killer, fighter, assaultive...
The aim of this study was to assess the self-concept of Chinese-American adolescents and then to compare them with standard samples of normal United States and Chinese adolescents. The instrument used to measure self-concept was the Offer Self-Image Questionnaire (OSIQ). As expected, the...
The causal attributions for psychological illness were investigated in a sample of seventy Turkish psychiatric in-patients, using the levels of causal attributions proposed by the transtheoretical model of Prochaska (1984). The factor analysis of replies to a questionnaire tapping various levels...
The attitudes of health care professionals in Malta towards patients who take drug overdoses were studied. It was found that the intention of the overdose had a marked effect on the attitude of the health care professional towards the patients. Differences between different profes sionals were...
Physicians, attorneys, and professors express a significantly different degree of fearfulness, although they prioritize their fears similarly. Physicians appear particularly to fear sickness and ageing, issues directly relevant to their chosen profession. The other two groups, however, do not...
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