Comparitive study of people with psychoneurotic symptoms who seek treatment and those who do not seek treatment
Mayo, Peter R.
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The study aimed to investigate why sane people with certain symptoms seek treatment and are subsequently given a neurotic diagnosis, whilst others with similar symptoms do not seek treatment and appear to cope with everyday living. The general hypothesis made was that psychological factors are important determinants in seeking or not seeking treatment for those with neurotic symptomatology.