The contribution of a psychiatric clinic to the solution of behavior and personality problems of one hundred children
Ferris, Pamelia Dulany
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This follow-up study was based on cases of one hundred children, manifesting behavior and personality problems, who had been referred to the Out-Patient Department of the Boston Psychopathic Hospital. The object of the study was to discover what had happened to these children in terms of the modification of their behavior during a five year period since their initial visit to the clinic. The study was also concerned with the use which referring agencies and individuals had made of clinic recommendations. Consecutive cases of children, sixteen years of age and under, were used. All had been seen by one psychiatrist five years earlier and all had exhibited behavior and personality problems.
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