Multiple self-damaging behaviour among alcoholic women. A prevalence study.

Abstract

Among patients being treated for specific behaviour-control problems, there exists an important subgroup of 'multi-impulsive' patients whose treatment might be facilitated if the full range of their problems were recognised and dealt with as one general issue of impulse control. In women in particular, loss of control of eating may be prevalent and easily… (More)

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@article{Evans1992MultipleSB, title={Multiple self-damaging behaviour among alcoholic women. A prevalence study.}, author={Charlotte Evans and John Hubert Lacey}, journal={The British journal of psychiatry : the journal of mental science}, year={1992}, volume={161}, pages={643-7} }