Michael B. Wrigley

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Psychological and social factors were investigated in 89 poorly controlled insulin-dependent diabetic admissions matched with out-patient controls. Those admitted were found to suffer greater current and past psychiatric morbidity, to report more social problems and chronic difficulties and to experience more life events in the six months before interview.(More)
OBJECTIVE The aims of the study were to examine the prevalence of aggressive behaviour in a non-selected community-based population, to identify clinical and sociodemographic variables associated with aggression and to examine the relationship between aggression and outcome at 2-year follow-up. DESIGN Case series, using the Ryden Aggression Scale as a(More)
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