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Unformatted text preview: that those individuals who belong to families in which relationships are gratifying and which adequately supports their members are less prone to depression and show higher self-esteem and self-efficiency. The report goes on to state the methods that they used in the process, in which all research took place in the rehabilitation unit of the Department of Adult Psychiatry (DUPA) of the University Hospital of Lausanne (Switzerland). The clinical sample included a total of 54 patients (33% women) with an average age of 25. Each had received a DSM-IV diagnosis of mood or personality disorder and lived...
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- Spring '10