volume 53, issue 4, P355-363 1980
DOI: 10.1111/j.2044-8341.1980.tb02563.x
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Abstract: The possible relationships between early parental experiences and three adult characteristics regarded as having a care-eliciting component (dependency, hypochondriasis and utilization of health care services) were examined in a study of 100 consecutive patients attending their general practitioner. Assessment of presumed ongoing fundamental parental characteristics was made, together with assessment of parental response to childhood illness in the subjects. Those scoring highest on each of the three dimension…

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