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Re: the term 'pdoc' friesandcoke

Posted by Deneb on August 3, 2009, at 22:44:22

In reply to the term 'pdoc', posted by friesandcoke on August 3, 2009, at 22:27:49

The term "pdoc" is not different in any way to "psychiatrist" in my mind. It is just a shortened form of psychiatrist.

I don't associate pdoc with anything I don't already associate with the word psychiatrist. Maybe you are the only one who feels this way. I think most people just use it because it is easier than typing psychiatrist. It is also easier to spell. LOL


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