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The Use of Ambulatory Services by Persons with and without Phobia

The delivery of ambulatory mental health and general health services to persons with phobias (unweighted n = 1,689) and without phobias during a 6-month period are examined. The phobics were part of a larger study of 18,572 subjects, drawn as a representative sample of the population in five... Full description

1st Person: Thompson, James W.
Additional Persons: Burns, Barbara J. verfasserin; Bartko, John verfasserin; Boyd, Jeffrey H. verfasserin; Taube, Carl A. verfasserin; Bourdon, Karen H. verfasserin
Source: in Medical care : official journal of the Medical Care Section, American Public Health Association Vol. 26, No. 2 (1988), p. 183-198
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Type of Publication: Article
Language: English
Published: 1988
Keywords: research-article
Phobics
Agoraphobics
Services
Utilization
ECA
Epidemiologic
Psychiatric
Mental disorder
Mental health
General health
Data analysis
Multivariate replication
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