Year: 1979 Source: Hillside Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, v.1, no.2, (1979), p.231-243 SIEC No: 19870047

It sometimes appears that people are more interested in the weather than in practically anything else, a factor that influences what they do, how they feel, & how they react. But can weather be shown, in an objective & scientifically controlled way, to have a significant influence on a person’s mental state? Does it influence the incidence and/or the form of psychopathology? And, does psychopathology have any relationship to the effects of weather on the individual? 16 references