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Psychiatric Quarterly

, Volume 10, Issue 2, pp 245–261 | Cite as

Marital status in relation to the prevalence of mental disease

  • Benjamin Malzberg
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Public Health Mental Disease Marital Status 
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References

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    Observations and Essays on the Statistics of Insanity. By John Thurnam, M. D., 1845.Google Scholar
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    Insane and Feebleminded in Institutions, 1910. Issued by U. S. Bureau of the Census, page 48.Google Scholar
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    Patients in Hospitals for Mental Disease, 1923. Issued by U. S. Bureau of the Census, page 33.Google Scholar
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    Ibid, Patients in Hospitals for Mental Disease, 1923. Issued by U. S. Bureau of the Census, page 34.Google Scholar
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    Thurnam Ibid. Patients in Hospitals for Mental Disease, 1923. Issued by U. S. Bureau of the Census, Part II, page 72.Google Scholar
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    The Study of Sociology. By Herbert Spencer, page 95.Google Scholar
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    See, for example, reference (2) above, Insane and Feebleminded in Institutions, 1910. Issued by U. S. Bureau of the Census, page 48, and reference (3), Patients in Hospitals for Mental Disease, 1923. Issued by U. S. Bureau of the Census, page 33.Google Scholar

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© Johnson Reprint Corporation 1936

Authors and Affiliations

  • Benjamin Malzberg
    • 1
  1. 1.New York State Department of Mental HygieneNew YorkUSA

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