Stacia Finch

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IN THE process of conducting a broad range exploratory study of children born to women in state psychiatric hospitals, our data showed there were 343 babies born to schizophrenic women patients in Michigan’s six state hospitals between 1925 and 1964. It was somewhat surprising to find that of these, 148 were male and 186 were female. There were nine whose(More)
  • S M Finch
  • International journal of psychiatry in medicine
  • 1975
Psychosomatic disorders in children and and adolescents is a topic that covers a wide variety of illnesses and one which is difficult if not impossible to define accurately. In general, chronic emotional states, often nonspecific, serve as strong contributors to the development of a physical illness. The particular illness is often dictated by varying(More)