Issues in Talking with Patients

  • Frederick Sierles


In the preceding chapter, we discussed techniques for the initial interview. In this chapter, we will cover additional issues that arise in talking with patients, either in initial interviews or followup visits.


Initial Interview Drug Abuser Ground Rule Male College Student Endogenous Depression 
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Selected Bibliography

  1. Enelow, A. Programmed Interview Instruction. National Medical Audiovisual Center Films T2244X-T2255X (1970). Association Films, Atlanta, distributors.Google Scholar
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© Spectrum Publications 1982

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