"Normal" control subjects are hard to find: a model for centralized recruitment.

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A central program for recruiting "normal" control subjects is examined by considering the yield of subjects who meet criteria for "healthy" as defined by their personal and family histories of mental disorders. Of the 267 applicants, 30.3% have no lifetime diagnoses, 41.2% are currently healthy with a history of mental illness, and 27.7% are currently… (More)

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