Involuntary Out-Patient Commitment and Reduction of Violent Behavior in Persons With Severe Mental Illness
Swanson, Jeffrey W.
Swartz, Marvin S.
Hiday, Virginia A.
Wagner, H. Ryan
Burns, Barbara J.
British Journal of Psychiatry 2000 April; 176(4): 324-331
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