Psychiatric disorders in America: the epidemiologic catchment area study

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The Free Press, 1991 - Medical - 449 pages
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In this newsmaking report of the largest study to date of mental illness in America, Robins and Regier and a roster of leading psychiatrists and epidemiologists document the true dimensions of the various psychiatric disorders afflicting millions of contemporary Americans.

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Contents

Introduction Danel A Regier
1
Procedures Used in the Epidemiologic
11
Schizophrenic Disorders Samuel J Keith
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About the author (1991)

Robins is professor of sociology in the Department of Psychiatry, Washington University School of Medicine.

Regier, a psychiatrist, is Director of Clinical Research at the National Institute of Mental Health.