The perception of relations in the family of origin of patients with eating disorders and the perception of relations in families of origin of their parents.

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Summary of "The perception of relations in the family of origin of patients with eating disorders and the perception of relations in families of origin of their parents."

Analysis of the correlation between the assessment of current family relations in families of patients diagnosed with eating disorders and the assessment of the relations in the family of origin of their parents.


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Name: Psychiatria polska
ISSN: 2391-5854
Pages: 731-746


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