addressed in this research involve the current and envisioned systems for allocating and planning public mental health resource deployment, and the strategy for its reform. A central issue involves the ways that government officials have navigated the complex tradeoffs between expanded stakeholder participation in decision-making and a commitment to professionalize and utilize systematic and empirically-based methods. The research undertaken and reported here has utilized a case study methodology to examine decision-making procedures used in their psychiatric reform
Paola Hermosa del Vasto, Cristina del Campo, Elena Urquía-Grande and Susana Jorge
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Given any data set, it is often essential to identify its dimensional structure correctly, since this is the basis of statistical analysis of the data. Several statistical methods are available to reduce the complexity of the data and attempt to identify the statistical dimensional structure of the data, specifically to identify the number of (dominant) dimensions: factor analysis, cluster analysis, and multidimensional scaling. Multidimensional scaling is a technique for the