3 edition of Psychologic cues in forecasting physical illness. found in the catalog.
Psychologic cues in forecasting physical illness.
Bibliography: p. 389-391.
|Series||Appleton psychiatry series|
|LC Classifications||RC49 .S44 1970|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 403 p.|
|Number of Pages||403|
|LC Control Number||72851392|
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Four psychoanalytic cases are presented in which the author identifies psychologic processes that precede the onset of physical dysfunction.
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He observed a number of psychological manifestations preceding the onset of the physical symptoms, which he considers cues for the forecasting of physical illness. Ten such cues are listed and discussed. Among these, 'exposure to critical psychological stress in an individual who in the past may have responded to psychologic stress with physical dysfunction'.
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Your entire body participates in the business of either showing or hiding your mental state. To control that display means you have to control your body's cues.
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