[Parental attitudes recollected by patients and neurotic disorders picture--sexuality-related and sexuality-unrelated symptoms].

  title={[Parental attitudes recollected by patients and neurotic disorders picture--sexuality-related and sexuality-unrelated symptoms].},
  author={Jerzy Sobański and Katarzyna Klasa and Krzysztof Rutkowski and Edyta Dembińska and Łukasz M{\"u}ldner-Nieckowski and Katarzyna Cyranka},
  journal={Psychiatria polska},
  volume={47 5},
OBJECTIVES To evaluate the risks associated with non-optimal characteristics of the picture of parents in the patient's memories, concerning the sexuality-related symptoms and other areas of neurotic disorders. METHODS Coexistence of memories of parental attitudes and the current symptoms were analyzed on the basis of KO"0" Checklist and Life Inventory completed prior to treatment in the day hospital for neurotic disorders. RESULTS In questionnaires, obtained from 2582 females and 1347… 

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