The Cornell Medical Index, Taylor scale, and the Saslow Psychosomatic Inventory were administered to in-patients and out-patients in the medical and psychiatric hospitals and clinics of a medical school. The result was that "number of medical symptoms was a good predictor (correlated highly) of psychiatric symptomatology and vice versa." Females had more medical symptoms than men, but no such distinction appeared, re: psychiatric symptoms. From Psyc Abstracts 36:01:3HI55M. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2006 APA, all rights reserved).
- INDEX, CORNELL MEDICAL, MEDICAL SYMPTOMS
- INVENTORY, SASLOW PSYCHOSOMATIC, MEDICAL SYMPTOMS &
- PERSONALITY DIAGNOSIS
- SYMPTOM, R OF MEDICAL &
- TAYLOR MANIFEST ANXIETY SCALE, MEDICAL SYMPTOMS &
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