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The College Student in the Psychiatric Clinic: Syndromes and Subcultural Sanctions
JAMES L. EVANS
Am J Psychiatry 1970;126:1736-1742.
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In presenting his observations about college students who seek psychiatric help, the author offers some suggestions for a clinical and psychodynamic approach that takes into consideration the current subcultural group characteristics of college students. Also described are the ways in which the student's environment affects his adaptation and the ways in which the environment may in turn be used by the student in maintaining various drive-defense combinations.

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