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1989
Wells, K.B.,  Golding, J.M.,  Hough, R.L.,  Burnam, A.,  Karno, M. Acculturation and the probability of use of health services by Mexican Americans. Health Services Research. 24, 237-257.
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1989
Wells, K.B.,  Golding, J.M.,  Burnam, M.A. . Affective, substance use, and anxiety disorders in persons with arthritis, diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, or chronic lung conditions. General Hospital Psychiatry. 110, 320-327.
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1989
Wells, K.B.,  Golding, J.,  Burnam, A.M. . Chronic medical conditions in a sample of the general population with anxiety, affective, and substance use disorders. American Journal of Psychiatry. 146, (11), 1440-1446.
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1988
Wells, K.B.,  Golding, J.M.,  Burnam, M.A. . Psychiatric disorder and limitations in physical functioning in a sample of the Los Angeles general population. American Journal of Psychiatry. 145, (6), 712-717.
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1988
Wells, K.B.,  Golding, J.M.,  Burnam, M.A. . Psychiatric disorder in a sample of the general population with and without chronic medical conditions. American Journal of Psychiatry. 145, (8), 976-981.
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1990
Golding, J.M.,  Wells, K.B. . Social support and use of mental health services by Mexican Americans and non-Hispanic whites. Basic and Applied Social Psychology. 110, 43-458.
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1987
Escobar, J.I.,  Golding, J.M.,  Hough, R.L.,  Burnam, M.A.,  Wells, K.B. . Somatization in the community: Relationship to disability and use of services. American Journal of Public Health. 77, 837-840.
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