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(p. 17) Design of Interview Schedule to Determine the Prevalence of Symptoms Compared in the Four Major Diagnostic Groups 

(p. 17) Design of Interview Schedule to Determine the Prevalence of Symptoms Compared in the Four Major Diagnostic Groups
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(p. 17) Design of Interview Schedule to Determine the Prevalence of Symptoms Compared in the Four Major Diagnostic Groups
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Eli Robins M.D.

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10.1093/med-psych/9780195029116.003.0003
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date: 16 December 2019

This chapter describes the design of the interview schedule used in the study on suicides to determine the prevalence of symptoms, and explores the frequency with which individual symptoms occurred in the sample. It also presents a reproduction of the interview form used in the study.

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