A Descriptive Ecological Study of Selected First Admissions to a Private Psychiatric Hospital 1960 through 1963
Description: Following Hawley's point of view regarding the definition and inclusiveness of human ecology, ecological data must include both a population and its characteristics and some measurements of the environment of this population. Following Hawley, an ecological investigation must select from available data and examine at least some of the relationships that may exist among these measurable population and environmental characteristics, in an effort to find and isolate the causes of mental disorders, particularly of those now called "functional."
Date: May 1968
Creator: Carroll, D. Frederic
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