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The authors present a review of the English literature of the last 15-20 years concerned with the social and work readaptation of mental patients.
      
Beginning from the observation that Scots living in England have much higher rates of mental hospital admission than do the English, several hypotheses are proposed to account for this.
      
In fact, if first admissions only are considered the rates of admission in Scotland are not only higher than rates for English natives but also higher than for Scottish migrants.
      
An Asian and an English sample were found to have almost identical consultation rates, suggesting that factors affecting doctor-patient interaction are responsible for Asians' underutilization of psychiatric facilities.
      
In Camberwell, where there are more facilities for psychiatric patients than in most English districts, the combined rate for in-patients and those attending day hospitals, day centres or workshops remained quite stable during the 1970s.
      
This may partly account for the fact that the number of long-stay and elderly in-patients in English mental hospitals is decreasing.
      
The English original form of a standardized social interview was presented by Clare and Cairns (1978).
      
(It appears the Hispanic low scores were due to a lack of ability to speak English.) No significant associations were found with sex, age, or education.
      
The Irish born residents of England have rates comparable with the Irish in Ireland who also show much higher rates than do the native English.
      
The population under study consisted of women of various ethnic backgrounds, French Canadian (35%), English Canadian (29%), European (22%) and other (14%).
      
English Canadian women reported the lowest scores on the SDS; they had few misconceptions and fears.
      
The English version of the General Health Questionnaire (GHQ) and a translated Indian version were administered to a sample of hundred bilingual college students.
      
The two raters achieved good reliability with master tapes in English, and the CFI was then translated into Portuguese.
      
The paper presents preliminary findings from a follow-up study of 86 first-generation immigrants to the United Kingdom from the Indian sub-continent, and a matched indigenous English-born control group.
      
The purpose of this study was to replicate and extend, in a Turkish sample, previous investigations of speech content in English-speaking schizophrenics.
      
It corectly identified 84.4% of cases with a 3/4 cut-off (sensitivity 87.5%, specificity 82.8%), suggesting a discriminative power as good as its English version when used among Caucasian women in Dunedin.
      
For 1-month diagnoses, writing Spanish better than English was associated with lower risk.
      
Onset study of english-speaking temporary residents in Japan
      
This is a study of the onset time of psychiatric episodes of 103 English-speaking temporary residents in Japan.
      
Suicide trends in eight predominantly English-speaking countries 1960-1989
      
 

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