Bill Pulton (B.A. (Spec.), 1972, University of Alberta, Edmonton; M.A., 1974, University of Victoria, Victoria, B.C.) is presently a doctoral candidate in Psychology at the University of Victoria. During recent years, his fields of research have included the assessment of attitudes toward the physically disabled and the develpment of techniques for positively altering these attitudes.
PATIENT ALIENATION AND THE SOCIAL-PSYCHOLOGY OF CHRONICITY*
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1979 Association of Rehabilitation Nurses
Volume 4, Issue 3, pages 16–18, May-June 1979
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Pulton, T.W. (1979), PATIENT ALIENATION AND THE SOCIAL-PSYCHOLOGY OF CHRONICITY. Rehabilitation Nursing, 4: 16–18. doi: 10.1002/j.2048-7940.1979.tb00912.x
Development of this paper was supported by a grant from the Canadian Multiple Sclerosis Society.
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