Psychological problems in an industrial setting.


A study was undertaken to identify psychological problems reported by workers in an industrial setting and the degree to which these problems (1) affected an individual's ability to carry out work and home responsibilities and (2) were related to physical and psychophysiological disorders. In addition, an analysis was made of various medical-psychiatric services that were needed to provide comprehensive understanding of individual health problems and good case management.

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@article{Rappaport1977PsychologicalPI, title={Psychological problems in an industrial setting.}, author={Mandy Rappaport and Michael P. Dolan and Thomas Clementi}, journal={Journal of occupational medicine. : official publication of the Industrial Medical Association}, year={1977}, volume={19 10}, pages={659-63} }