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Article
July 1987

Hat Size in Schizophrenia

Author Affiliations

Academic Department of Psychiatry Alexandra Wing The London Hospital Medical College Turner Street London E1 2AD, England
The Maudsley Hospital Denmark Hill London SE5 8AF, England

Arch Gen Psychiatry. 1987;44(7):673-674. doi:10.1001/archpsyc.1987.01800190093017
Abstract

To the Editor.—  We have taken note of the careful study by Andreasen et al1 that found decreased cerebral andCorrelation of Head Size to Occupation* Occupation Head Circumference by Occupation, mm Minimum Frontal Diameter by Occupation, mm No. of Subjects Mean SD Difference From Professional, t/PMean SD Difference From Professional,t/P Laborer 647 560.66 16.44 3.13/.01 111.58 5.0 2.86/.01 Personal service 262 562.70 15.60 3.13/.01 111.58 4.40 2.82/.01 Skilled trade 351 562.94 16.20 2.31/.05 111.58 5.04 2.82/.01 Public service 25 564.14 18.60 NS 110.22 4.36 3.29/.01 Factory 660 564.74 15.96 NS 112.14 4.72 2.35/.05 Extractive 1188 564.74 15.72 NS 111.18 4.84 3.26/.01 Transportation 282 564.86 14.88 NS 111.62 4.68 2.78/.01 Trade 194 565.70 16.32 NS 111.46 4.72 2.89/.01 Clerical 107 566.18 17.52 NS 111.82 4.92 2.16/.05 Semiprofessional 61 566.54 16.80 NS 112.86 6.52 NS Professional 25 569.90 14.40 NS 114.66 5.40 NSAdapted from Hooten.2Table 1.—Mean

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