Psychiatric disorders in America: the epidemiologic catchment area study
In this newsmaking report of the largest study to date of mental illness in America, Robins and Regier and a roster of leading psychiatrists and epidemiologists document the true dimensions of the various psychiatric disorders afflicting millions of contemporary Americans.
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Introduction Danel A Regier
Procedures Used in the Epidemiologic
Schizophrenic Disorders Samuel J Keith
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55 and Older adult affective disorders age groups age of onset aged 55 agoraphobia alcohol abuse American Psychiatric Association Angeles antisocial personality anxiety disorder associated bipolar disorder blacks clinical cognitive status comorbidity Demographic dependence depressive episode differences drug abuse drug abuse/dependence DSM-III criteria Durham dysthymia ECA sites ECA study epidemiologic estimates females Haven higher rates Hispanic illicit drug impairment Mild impairment impairment Severe impairment institutional interview lifetime prevalence lifetime rates Louis major depression males manic marital status meet criteria mild cognitive impairment Mild impairment Severe MMSE obsessive compulsive disorder Odds Ratio One-Year Prevalence organic mental disorders outpatient panic disorder pattern phobia phobic disorder population prevalence of alcoholism prevalence rates psychiatric disorders race/ethnicity reported respondents risk factors rural sample schizophrenia Schizophrenic Disorders severe cognitive impairment social socioeconomic somatization disorder somatization syndrome Table Total treatment urban whites women