4 edition of Adjustment of schizophrenics in the community found in the catalog.
Adjustment of schizophrenics in the community
Includes bibliographies and index.
|Statement||by George Serban.|
|LC Classifications||RC514 .S437 1980|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||294 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||294|
|LC Control Number||79009404|
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Adjustment of Schizophrenics in the Community. Authors: Serban, George. Free Preview. Available statistics indicate that over 70% of chronic schizophrenics discharged into the community live a marginal, unproductive, aimless life in dilapidated hotels or private proprietary homes.
Certainly, though there are various scattered community programs for the rehabilitation of the Adjustment of schizophrenics in the community book, the results are far from encouraging. The research results presented in this chapter have appeared in the following articles: Serban, G., Gidynski, C.B., and Zimmerman, A.: Role of informants in community oriented mental health programs for by: 5.
The Measurement of Stress in Schizophrenics and Normals in Community Living.- 6. Comparison of Two Classifications of Schizophrenia: Acute-Chronic and High and Low Competent on Comprehensive Functioning and Stress Derived From the SSFIPD.- 7.
Genetic and Developmental Factors as Related to Stress in Schizophrenia.- 8. Adjustment of schizophrenics in the community.
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However, in the past decade, there has been an explosion of new research 3/5(2). Family setting and the social ecology of schizophrenia Psych Quarterly 27 90 10 Dunham W. Community and schizophrenia Wayne State University Press Detroit 11 Astrup C.
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Hospital, Lyons, N. PROBLEM This study is an exploratory investigation of the manner in which psychiatric hospitalization is related to other psychological variables.
Community adjustment among older schizophrenics is a virtually unresearched area. This study addressed two questions related to this problem: Does the community adjustment of older schizophrenics differ from that of younger schizophrenics?, and Do "older" old schizophrenics differ from "younger" old schizophrenics?Cited by: 5.
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Sample. The study was exploratory in nature with a single-group design and purposive sampling. Sample comprised of 45 offsprings of parents with diagnosis of schizophrenia according to ICD (FF), with illness duration of >2 offsprings who were >18 years, with 10 th standard education and who could speak and understand English or Kannada were included in the study.
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been utilized as potential indicators for social and community adjust ment. This investigation will explore the relationship between locus of control, level of premorbid adjustment and community and social adjustment among schizophrenics discharged from psychiatric hospitals to a rehabilitation aftercare program.
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