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PATTERNS OF BIOCHEMICAL ORGANIZATION RELATED TO MORPHOLOGY
NATHAN S. KLINE; NANCY WERTHEIMER; CORA G. DYER; ANNA SCHENKER; BETTY RUBIN; RONALD SNIFFEN
Am J Psychiatry 1953;109:603-611.
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Director of Research, Rockland State Hospital, Orangeburg, N. Y., and Research Associate, Department of Neurology, College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University.

Research Service, Worcester State Hospital, Worcester, Mass.

Pathology Laboratory, Memorial Hospital, Worcester, Mass.

Worcester Foundation for Experimental Biology, Shrewsbury, Mass.

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1.Significant linear correlations between somatotype and certain biochemical indices have been demonstrated.2. In addition to linear relationships the existence of more discriminant patterns involving both sex of the subjects and morphological groupings is illustrated.3. By cross correlations of the various indices, individuals are shown to have a typical pattern relative to the rest of the group, which may be even more consistent than the pattern based on morphology.

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