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2017 Month : September Volume : 6 Issue : 78 Page : 5527-5530

GENDER DIFFERENCE IN PSYCHIATRIC MORBIDITY AMONG INMATES OF JUVENILE HOMES.

Ganga Gangadhara Kaimal1, Madhavy Sukumaran Razeena Padmam2

1Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry, Government T. D. Medical College, Alappuzha.
2Retd. Director, Department of Behavioural Medicine, School of Behavioural Sciences, M. G. University, Kottayam.

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