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This study investigated the factor structure of the Brief Symptom Inventory (BSI; Derogatis, 1992) for adult and adolescent psychiatric inpatients. The BSI was administered to 217 adults and 188 adolescents at admission and discharge from a private psychiatric hospital. Principal components factor analyses revealed that most variance among dimension scores(More)
In this study the Brief Symptom Inventory (BSI; Derogatis & Spencer, 1982) was administered to 89 males and 128 females at admission and discharge from a private psychiatric hospital. For mean scores, statistically significant decreases were observed on all BSI scales and global indices. Effect sizes ranged from high medium to large. Also, when clinical(More)
  • Tony Biddle, Toronto Sarah Lynch, Susan Close, Waterloo Rod Macrae, Audrey Danaher, Beth Toronto +20 others
  • 1999
This discussion paper is the companion document to "Ontario's Food Story-An Introduction to Food Security Issues". These documents have been produced to stimulate discussion on the complex issues involved in attaining food security. They do not reflect an official position of the Ontario Public Health Association (OPHA). At the recent International(More)
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