Jean-Pierre Peter

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Vocational and economic aspects of social functioning were evaluated for 196 adult cleft subjects, their 190 siblings and 209 random controls. Results indicated that cleft adults functioned within normal limits with regard to employment. However, levels of income were substantively lower than control groups. Cleft subjects compare favorably with their(More)
The patterns of social integration of adults with primary and secondary groups were evaluated for 196 adult cleft subjects, their 190 siblings and 209 random controls. Results indicated that cleft adults tended to rely on the extended family for mutual aid and social activities. They also participated less frequently in voluntary associations and relied on(More)
Anxiety, tension, anguish... These are words, but first of all, states of the self. Accepted since the dawn of time by human distress and by the effort to understand them, they were taken back in hand by Psychopathology, established as a little dark concepts, and as such have become today so sovereign in the most ordinary way that their "reality" seems to(More)
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