The use of matched groups in the evaluation of convulsive and subconvulsive photoshock.

@article{Ulett1954TheUO,
  title={The use of matched groups in the evaluation of convulsive and subconvulsive photoshock.},
  author={G. Ulett and G. Gleser and B. Caldwell and K. Smith},
  journal={Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic},
  year={1954},
  volume={18 4},
  pages={
          138-46
        }
}
analysis of variance controls, perhaps Markov processes controls. To test hypotheses about the nature of change in treatment, diagnostic tools are necessary, among which are ratings of protocols, 2-sorts, Osgood’s semantic differential, projective methods, physiological measures, methods of quantifying social interactions. Numerous, often conflicting, criteria of change or success in psychiatric treatment exist: self-satisfaction, “internal adjustment,” adjustment to society, work adjustment to… Expand
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