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Sex status, mental health referral processes, and involuntary disposition

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The author wishes to extend appreciation to Nancy Jones and Anthony Chelte for their assistance in key phases of the research, and to Ann Hyra for her helpful commentary.

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Richardson, J.G. Sex status, mental health referral processes, and involuntary disposition. Am J Commun Psychol 8, 443–453 (1980). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00912855

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Keywords

  • Mental Health
  • Social Psychology
  • Health Psychology
  • Referral Process
  • Mental Health Referral