Mental disorders and economic change--The example of Hungary

Bitter, Istvan
April 2000
Bulletin of the World Health Organization;2000, Vol. 78 Issue 4, p505
Academic Journal
Examines the impact of socioeconomic changes on the epidemiology of mental disorders in Hungary in 1989. Changes in suicide rates and disability rates in Hungary during its transition from communism to a market economy; Correlation of suicide rates, treatment of depression and social and occupational dysfunction with changing market forces.


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