A Psychologic Study of Patients Referred to a Medical Diagnostic Clinic
AbstractThe routine use of the Minnesota Personality Inventory for all patients in a Diagnostic Clinic revealed that the patients referred by Clinic physicians for psychiatric consultation generally were troubled with greater somatic and psychologic problems than those not referred. This was true in the two groups of women, but was very minimal in the male groups. Such studies are helpful in teaching, undergraduate and graduate, in the realm ofpsychiatric consultation and its purposes.
This content is limited to qualifying members.
If you have an existing account please login now to access this article or view your purchase options.
Create a free account, then purchase this article to download or access it online for 24 hours.
Create a free account, then purchase a subscription to get complete access to all articles for a full year.