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(p. 221) Alcoholism—Description of the Sample Comprising the Second Largest of the Four Major Diagnostic Groups 

(p. 221) Alcoholism—Description of the Sample Comprising the Second Largest of the Four Major Diagnostic Groups
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(p. 221) Alcoholism—Description of the Sample Comprising the Second Largest of the Four Major Diagnostic Groups
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Eli Robins M.D.

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10.1093/med-psych/9780195029116.003.0005
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date: 16 December 2019

This chapter focuses on the members of the sample that were diagnosed as having alcoholism, which represented the second largest diagnostic group of the sample. It presents diagnostic criteria, and symptoms shown by members of this diagnostic group, before presenting study records and case notes of each member of the group.

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