Physical Conditions as Contributing Factors in Behaviour Problems

Claire Marie Fitzgerald, Fordham University


The following oases are examples of different physical conditions which accounted for abnormal behaviour. The following statistics show a number of the cases referred to the clinic as behaviour problems. The findings show definite physical conditions existing, which had a decided bearing on the patients' mental attitude. When these conditions were treated, the patient soon showed signs -of improvement and the difficulty was solved.

Subject Area

Disability studies|Clinical psychology|Sociology|Social work|Behavioral psychology

Recommended Citation

Fitzgerald, Claire Marie, "Physical Conditions as Contributing Factors in Behaviour Problems" (1927). ETD Collection for Fordham University. AAI29281765.