Rating scale identifies candidates for organs

January 1996
Psychotherapy Letter;Jan96, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p8
Reports that the Psychosocial Assessment of Candidates for Transplantation may play a role in determining who will be a successful organ transplant candidate. Usage of nine-rating scales; Ratings of psychologists.


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