PMID: 6840990Jan 1, 1983

Psychiatry in Iran and China

The International Journal of Social Psychiatry
D G LangsleyA Amir-Moshiri

Abstract

No abstract listed.

References

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Oct 1, 1978·Canadian Psychiatric Association Journal·S M LeungS W Leung
Oct 1, 1978·Canadian Psychiatric Association Journal·F Allodi, J Dukszta
Feb 1, 1975·The American Journal of Psychiatry·P D WallsD G Langsley
Jun 1, 1976·The British Journal of Psychiatry : the Journal of Mental Science·R Giel, T W Harding
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Dec 1, 1980·Culture, Medicine and Psychiatry·R P Lee

Citations

Sep 1, 1984·Culture, Medicine and Psychiatry·S D Minuchin-ItzigsohnD Krasilowsky
Jan 1, 1989·The International Journal of Social Psychiatry·H Y Yang

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