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Current Concepts of Somatization 

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Research and Clinical Perspectives

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978-0-88048-198-4 

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Current Concepts of Somatization 

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Edited by <a href='/SearchCenter/Pages/default.aspx?k= +APPIAuthor:"&#39;Laurence J. Kirmayer&#39;"' alt='Laurence J. Kirmayer, M.D., F.R.C.P.C.' >Laurence J. Kirmayer, M.D., F.R.C.P.C.</a>, and <a href='/SearchCenter/Pages/default.aspx?k= +APPIAuthor:"&#39;James M. Robbins&#39;"' alt='James M. Robbins, Ph.D.' >James M. Robbins, Ph.D.</a>

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Somatoform Disorders Psychosomatic Medicine 

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Somatization is an area of major concern to clinicians who are confronted with diagnostic problems that combine both medical-biological and sociopsychological factors. Current Concepts of Somatization: Research and Clinical Perspectives reviews the most up-to-date literature on somatization, examines the actual classification of these disorders in DSM-III-R, makes recommendations regarding treatment, and points the way to future research.

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Somatization is an area of major concern to clinicians who are confronted with diagnostic problems that combine both medical-biological and sociopsychological factors. Current Concepts of Somatization: Research and Clinical Perspectives reviews the most up-to-date literature on somatization, examines the actual classification of these disorders in DSM-III-R, makes recommendations regarding treatment, and points the way to future research.

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Introduction: concepts of somatization. The psychology of somatic symptoms. Somatization and psychiatric disorders. Medically unexplained symptoms: distribution, risk factors, and comorbidity. Functional somatic syndromes. Cognitive and social factors in somatization. Somatization in consultation-liaison psychiatry. Treatment approaches to somatizing and hypochondriacal patients. Somatization in cultural and historical perspective. Conclusion: prospects for research and clinical practice.

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Introduction: concepts of somatization. The psychology of somatic symptoms. Somatization and psychiatric disorders. Medically unexplained symptoms: distribution, risk factors, and comorbidity. Functional somatic syndromes. Cognitive and social factors in somatization. Somatization in consultation-liaison psychiatry. Treatment approaches to somatizing and hypochondriacal patients. Somatization in cultural and historical perspective. Conclusion: prospects for research and clinical practice.

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"Useful to clinicians in both medicine and psychiatry who are interested in the various forms and transformations of somatization in human behavior."�American Journal of Psychiatry

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"Useful to clinicians in both medicine and psychiatry who are interested in the various forms and transformations of somatization in human behavior."—American Journal of Psychiatry

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Progress in Psychiatry #31 

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