Explores the role of dress in a nonpsychiatric population through observation and interviews of high school students, in order to provide data complementary to the first phase of a larger research project. Adolescent dress was examined in relation to three dimensions of the self: the public, private, and secret self. Method; Results; Discussion.
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Michelman, J.; Eicher, Joanne B..
Adolescent Dress, Part I: Dress and Body Markings of Pscychiat outpatients and inpatients.ic.
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