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Epigenetic Model of Marital Expectations
The Epigenetic model of understanding marital expectations of Bhatti focuses on the domains of (a) expectations from the partner, (b) expectations from marriage, (c) expectations of and from theExpand
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Unheard Voices: Experiences of Families Living with HIV/AIDS in India*
This study was aimed at understanding the impact of HIV on the family system in the Indian context. A sample of 20 families caring for a relative living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHAs) was recruited from aExpand
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Family psychiatric ward treatment in India.
The evolution of family psychiatric ward treatment is reviewed with special reference to the developments at the National Institute of Mental Health and Neuro Sciences, Bangalore, India. The set-upExpand
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STUDY OF NEUROSES : I LIFE EVENTS AND PERSONALITY DIMENSION*
SUMMARY With an object to study neurosis through stressful life events, personality dimension, family interactional patterns and other sociological variables, certain hypotheses are tested in twoExpand
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VALIDATION OF FAMILY INTERACTION PATTERNS SCALE
SUMMARY A Family Interaction Patterns Scale (FIPS) consisting of 106 items pertaining to six areas of family functioning: leadership, communication, role, reinforcement, cohesiveness, social supportExpand
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The experience of burden in India
Thirty caregivers of people living with dementia were investigated to examine the caregivers' experience of burden. The Clinical Dementia Rating Scale (CDRS), Burden Interviews and open-endedExpand
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Family Pathology and Anorexia in the Indian Context
Frequent associations have been found between family interaction and anorectic behaviour. Family theorists have viewed anorexia as a manifestation of a dysfunctional family system. We report threeExpand
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SOCIAL SUPPORT SYSTEM AND FAMILY BURDEN DUE TO CHRONIC SCHIZOPHRENIA IN RURAL AND URBAN BACKGROUND
SUMMARY The present study discusses the possible relationship between the Family Burden as experienced by the family members of chronic schizophrenic patients and Social Support System as perceivedExpand
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THE STUDY OF EFFICACY OF FAMILY WARD TREATMENT IN HYSTERIA IN COMPARISON WITH THE OPEN WARD AND THE OUTPATIENT TREATMENT
SUMMARY A comparative study of the efficacy of treatment of hysterical patients is made among three group of patients—patients treated in family wards, open wards and out-patients. The number ofExpand
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DESCRIPTION AND QUANTIFICATION OF MULTIPLE FAMILY GROUP INTERACTION1
SUMMARY Multiple Family Group Interaction as a method of Family Therapy is reported with reference to its development, technique and procedure. A rating system for the categorization andExpand
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