J A Bayton

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PATIENTS REQUIRING KIDNEY TRANSPLANTS HAVE THREE POSSIBLE SOURCES: (1) a kidney from an individual who dies suddenly (approval for the transplant must be given by the next-of-kin of the deceased); (2) a kidney from a relative; and (3) a kidney from one who "willed" it to be transplanted following his or her death. Each of these circumstances requires(More)
This article examines the validity of the National Institute of Mental Health Diagnostic Interview Schedule (DIS) relative to three of its measures: alcoholism, depression, and schizophrenia when compared with the clinical interview. Preliminary results indicate that greater diagnostic agreement was observed for alcoholism and depression than for(More)
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