Depressive disorders in different cultures : report on the WHO Collaborative Study on Standardized Assessment of Depressive Disorders / N. Sartorius ... [et al.]
Other TitlesLes Troubles dépressifs dans différents contextes culturels : rapport de l' étude collective OMS sur l' évaluation normalisée des troubles dépressifs
WHO schedule for standardized assessment of depressive disorders
Sartorius, Norman & WHO Collaborative Study on Standardized Assessment of Depressive Disorders. (1983). Depressive disorders in different cultures : report on the WHO Collaborative Study on Standardized Assessment of Depressive Disorders / N. Sartorius ... [et al.]. Geneva : World Health Organization. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/37139
DescriptionIssued in Spanish as: Publicaci'on cient'ifica / Organizaci'on Panamericana de la Salud ; no. 458
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