Sexual Inversion: The Multiple Roots of Homosexuality

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in graduate school or had graduate degrees when they began treatment ment. This distribution partially reflects the high educational level of the general patient population in our clinic (13 per cent of whom are college graduates only, while an additional 40 per cent have done some graduate work (Lief et al., 1961); the increase above the mean clinic level possibly supports Kinsey's observations (Kinsey et al., 1948; Kinsey et al., 1953) that the incidence of homosexuality increases with the level of education. Social class at f ollow-up. The ( two-factor index) system Hollingshead and Redlich (1958) devised to combine educational and occupational levels to determine social position was applied to the homosexual group. Psychotherapy did not seem to effect length of schooling or occupation significantly, and, as so many patients were students during the therapy period, the group was classified according to status at the time of follow-up. According to the Hollingshead-Redlich scale, the social-class distribution was Class I, five patients; Class II, ten patients; Class III, three patients; Class IV, one patient. As was true of educational level alone, this distribution is slightly higher than that reported for the Resident Clinic as a whole (Lief et al., 1961). Occupations at time of follow-up ranged from a stock room clerk to several college teachers, a physician, and a clergyman and included eight practicing social workers. Fourteen of the fifteen patients in classes I and II were in professional fields, and all the lower-class patients were white collar workers.Follow-up interim. The range of duration between the end of psychiatric treatment and the follow-up interview or questionnaire was 0.5-9.0 years; mean interim was 4.5 years. Zubin (1953) has reported that a five-year follow-up is the ideal interval for a psychiatric study, as there is usually little change in a patient's status in the five-to‐ fifteen-year post-treatment interval.
APPENDIX B

Protocol Form Used in the Study
1. Identifying and vital data: name, clinic number, address, age, race, sex, religion, occupation, socioeconomic level, educational level
2. Outline of original illness and treatment

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