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Publication Date: 01/01/1972

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  • Foreword by James R. Kimmey
  • Notes on Tables and Figures
  • 1. Basic Problems and Concepts
  • 2. Sources and Limitations of Data
  • 3. State and County Mental Hospitals, 1946–66
  • 4. Use of Psychiatric Facilities in Ohio, 1950–60
  • 5. Patterns of Use of Psychiatric Facilities in Ohio, 1950–60
  • 6. Patterns of Use of Psychiatric Facilities in Louisiana and Maryland, 1960
  • 7. Suicide
  • 8. Prospects for the Future
  • Appendix A: Relationship of Admission Rat to Resident Patient Rate
  • Appendix B: Relationship of First Admission Rate to a Mental Hospital to “True” Incidence Rate
  • Appendix C: The Classification of Mental Disorders
  • Appendix D: Conversion of Terms in 1934 Classification of Mental Disorders to Those in the 1952 Revision
  • Appendix E: Problems of Sample Size and Sampling Variation in the Study of Patterns of Use of Psychiatric Facilities in Louisiana and Maryland, 1960
  • References
  • Index

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