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Unformatted text preview: The categories that I found to be most helpful in making my diagnoses were the following: medical history, reason for seeking treatment, information from spouse, employer, close friends, and parents, observations of the interviewer, and self-description of personality Which categories of information did you find to be least helpful in making your diagnoses? The categories that I found to be the least helpful in making my diagnoses were the following: initials, age, gender, occupation, education, ethnic origin, family background, police or military records, and miscellaneous information...
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- Fall '09