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Development and Validation of the SDDS-PC Screen for Multiple Mental Disorders in Primary Care

W. Eugene Broadhead, MD, PhD; Andrew C. Leon, PhD; Myrna M. Weissman, PhD; James E. Barrett, MD; Robert S. Blacklow, MD; Thomas T. Gilbert, MD, MPH; Martin B. Keller, MD; Mark Olfson, MD; Edmund S. Higgins, MD

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