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Mandleco's data, derived from interview, observation, and projective testing with 11 youths aged 5 to 13 years revealed evidence of denial, displacement, anxiety, and fear of the hospital experience. Altered postdischarge pattems in eating, sleeping, and play also were found. Parents reported that the children discussed the procedures, but not their feelings. Maintenance of control and limited feeling expression among schoolagers that would be predicted from developmental theory were evident in the Mandleco (1976) and Youssef (1981) data.
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