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Sources of disagreement among clinicians' assessments of dangerousness in a psychiatric emergency room



Sources of disagreement among clinicians' assessments of dangerousness in a psychiatric emergency room



International Journal of Law and Psychiatry 15(3): 237-250




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Accession: 041400955

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PMID: 1399183

DOI: 10.1016/0160-2527(92)90001-h


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