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(1967). Psychiatric Quarterly. XXXIX, 1965: Interpersonal Psychodynamics of Voluntary Psychiatric Admissions. H. C. Stancer; J. A. Sours; and L. Gidro-Frank. Pp. 516-535.. Psychoanal Q., 36:321-322.

(1967). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 36:321-322

Psychiatric Quarterly. XXXIX, 1965: Interpersonal Psychodynamics of Voluntary Psychiatric Admissions. H. C. Stancer; J. A. Sours; and L. Gidro-Frank. Pp. 516-535.

Twenty patients were grouped according to the number of voluntary admissions each had in a ten-year period. The request for hospitalization seemed to be precipitated by a change in the dyadic relationship with the closest family member, rather than any increase in the psychopathology. Treatment of the family member as well as the patient helped to restore the old relationship or to establish a new level of adaptation.

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(1967). Psychiatric Quarterly. XXXIX, 1965. Psychoanal. Q., 36:321-322

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