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Psychosocial Interest, Medical Interviews, and the Recognition of Depression

Lee W. Badger, PhD; Frank V. deGruy, MD; Julia Hartman, MA; Mary Ann Plant, PhD; James Leeper, PhD; Roland Ficken, PhD; Alan Maxwell, MD; Elizabeth Rand, MD; Russell Anderson, MD; Bryce Templeton, MD

Arch Fam Med. 1994;3(10):899-907.

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